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“Frustrated” and “boiling” Joe Biden angry at the restless presidency

President Joe Biden is growing increasingly frustrated with his turbulent presidency, according to another report in establishment media.

Politico’s Jonathan Lemire cites five White House officials and Democrats close to the Biden administration who point to “the West Wing’s biggest source of frustration, coming from behind the Resolute Desk.”

Biden is exasperated, according to the report, that his approval ratings are lower than those of former President Donald Trump.

The report also notes that Biden is “much more prone to backstage salty language than is generally known” and “has erupted” over the optics of formula shortages.

The Politico report adds to other recent stories about Biden’s turbulent presidency, including an NBC report detailing a frustrated president reminding his employees that he is the president and a CNN story detailing his messaging struggles in online despite a team of more than 70 people dedicated to online strategy.

Those closest to Biden, including his wife Jill Biden and sister Valerie Biden Owens, have urged White House staff to ease restraints on the president and allow him to get back on the road.

US President Joe Biden looks at his watch alongside First Lady Jill Biden as they witness the dignified transfer of the remains of a deceased service member to Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware on August 29, 2021. (SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

A person close to the president, the report cites, urges staff to “let Biden be Biden” despite his multiple gaffes.

The report also notes that Biden did not want to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, rejecting meeting proposals on principle.

Biden called Saudi Arabia a “pariah” during his presidential campaign and promised to treat them as such. But he could give in as the West desperately needs more oil from the Saudis as gas prices continue to rise through the summer.

At this point, Biden’s presidency is a miserable failure.

High inflation, record gasoline prices, a prolonged shortage of infant formula, a long-running border crisis, and a protracted Russian war in Ukraine.

The recent mass shootings under his watch have only further infuriated Biden, as he has unrealistically demanded full-scale gun control in response.


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