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President Joe Biden went after former President Donald Trump in a recent speech showing that Trump’s criticisms and Biden’s own bungling are taking their toll on the Biden administration.
Trump has been relentless in attacking Biden’s debacle in Kabul as have other GOP leaders. They see the debacle as a political gift and they are not wrong. Not that they needed one as Biden and the Dems numbers were tanking even before Kabul fell into chaos.
So it was odd when Biden went after Trump because the last thing he wants to do is remind voters of what could have been. “Imagine if the other guy was here,” Biden said at one taking a swipe at Trump but he missed badly because…
According to many new polls, voters would choose Trump over Bide4n if the election was held today. Something Joe just made clear to all.
Voters favor former President Donald Trump over President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, an Emerson College survey released this week found.
The national survey, taken August 30 to September 1, 2021, among 1,200 registered voters, presented respondents with a series of hypothetic 2024 matchups.
The former president slightly edges out Biden in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup, 47 percent to 46 percent.
From The Hill:
More than 9 million Americans are set to lose their unemployment benefits and millions more will see their weekly incomes plummet as a host of federal pandemic jobless aid programs expire next week.
Three programs covering a combined 12.1 million people will end on Monday without action from the White House or Congress.
Twenty-six states pulled out of at least some of those programs earlier this summer as businesses struggled to fill a record-breaking 9 million job openings.
But there are still 5.4 million gig workers, contractors and others not covered by traditional unemployment insurance who will lose their weekly benefits early next week. Another 3.9 million Americans receiving extended aid will see those payments disappear on Monday as well.
And a separate 3.9 million Americans will no longer receive a $300 weekly supplement to other job aid programs, leaving them with substantially less money.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) September 3, 2021
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