Can Biden Lost The 2024 Presidential Election?

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The Biden administration has passed so many key milestones legislations and taken steps that would impact the lives of Americans for generations. One key example is the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) that will improve and transform America’s ailing infrastructures. Another, monumental aspect of the Biden policy is the trade war against China to level up the playing fields. Depending on which side of the coins you are those can be labeled as not far enough or branded as failed policies. Yet, as President Biden gears up to officially lunch his reelection bid; his has to deal with 5 majors challenges. If Biden hopes to win the 2024 presidential election, he will need to address those issues.

  1. Lack of Enthusiasms
  2. Mirror effect
  3. Cost of living
  4. Age
  5. Immigration
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1. Enthusiasms

Most Americans are not very passionate about the perspective of President Joe Biden second term in office. Just look at the pool number.

The situation is so concerning that a growing number of Democrats are asking for an alternative. No matter what he does people are not electrified. However, Democrats also clearly understand that they are stuck with him. One of the key reasons has to do with the messaging. The Biden campaign hasn’t yet found an angle that resonates with his coalition. Another, key issue is President Biden’s desire to always comprise which in turn sometimes alienates the same coalition that brough him into power.

2. Mirror effect.

There is no doubt that since President Biden took office the world has become a very dangerous place. Take for instance, the war in Ukraine, trade war with China, political conflict over Taiwan, the evergreen conflict in the Middle East, violence in Africa, and the calamities of the cartels in South and Central America. Infact there is no place in the world right now that is either red hot, hot or tense. In addition, to the high rate of illegal immigration and inflation. This is in sharp contrast with Former President Trump years in office. No matter what, that reference will come back to bite Democrats during the campaign trail regardless of hard Democrats try to brand it.

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3. Cost of living

As a direct consequent of key policies and decision taken by the administration inflation when through the roof. As a result, the cost of living has increased dramatically. For example, https://www.bankrate.com/insurance/homeowners-insurance/cost-of-living-statistics/
Regardless of all the statistic and figures or number; just ask yourself how much you are spending on gas or food compared to 2020.
This point is particularly concerning because the administration continues to borrow money and spend money at record pace and there is not sign of slowing down.

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4. Age


President Biden is old. No matter how he puts it, no matter all the efforts, his age is a cause of concern. More than the age, people questioned his ability to sustain a presidential debate, and a very long and demanding campaign trail. He looks too old a frail. It would be interesting to see how he decides to run his reelection campaign.

5. Immigration

Illegal immigration is out of control. Perhaps, President Biden’s agenda is not the only to blame. But all it is happening during his reign and that will have a tremendous impact in American’s live in the long run. The problem is immigration is a double edge sword. The very people that find refuge in America are driving the surge in Black voters for Republican. That is because most immigrants are conservative by essence. Family, religion, and hard work play an essential role in their community. So, Democrats should be careful with their message and policies.

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