Biden Campaign Stunned By Latest Polling Data

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(TheRedWire.com) – The New York Times released the findings of a new Siena College poll which found that 73 percent of Americans believed that President Joe Biden was “too old” to be working effectively in the White House. 

The new poll results could be considered a threat to Biden’s reelection, especially considering that 61 percent of his 2020 voters had held this opinion. 

On Saturday during his campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia, former President Donald Trump trolled President Biden and the Times by claiming that he was in the leading in the presidential race. He added that The New York Times was going to be including in their front page story information that clearly showed how far ahead Trump was in the race. 

The former President argued that this was not something that made them happy. He then amended this by arguing that perhaps it was making them happy as during the four years of his presidency they had done significantly better than they were doing currently. 

As Trump predicted on Sunday morning the Times in their post had pointed out that Biden was not doing very well even with his voters. The poll had shown that there was an important shift in how voters who had previously supported Biden four years earlier were seeing him now, especially as the majority of his 2020 voters had stated that he was now “too old” to be effective as the U.S. president. 

Recently concerns about Biden’s mental fitness have grown following the release of special counsel Robert Hur’s report, where Biden was presented as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

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