"This is a disaster," Scott Jennings slams Biden's presidency and questions if the country is any better now than under Trump
A political commentator Scott Jennings during his recent appearance on CNN slammed the Biden’s presidency and question whether America began to feel better than when Donald Trump was in the White House.
Jennings delivered his speech on Tuesday’s episode of “Anderson Cooper 360.”
"I never imagined how quickly this would all unfold," Jennings said "The person they sold on the campaign, the nice old, you know, moderate grandpa who just wanted to help everybody get along and compromise, is not what we got over the last year."
"He has no mandate really to do much of anything." Jennings continued. "It's amazing that he got a couple of things done when the mandate was really pretty clear – 50/50 Senate, a near 50/50 House, and a pretty close presidential election."
"The mandate was simply, 'Replace Donald Trump and don't do anything drastic or stupid,'" said Jennings, who previously worked as a special assistant for former President George W. Bush and was a former campaign adviser Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).
"And everything about this agenda is extremely drastic, and he has been angrier than I think people expected," Jennings said.
Jennings was not either a Trump’s fan but asked “are we any better off on these three issues that we crucified Trump over?"
According to a new poll by Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, only 28% of Americans want Biden to run for re-election in 2024, including only 48% of Democrats. The survey released on Thursday, said 43% of Americans approve of Biden's job performance versus 56% who disapprove.
"This is a disaster," Jennings declared.