College Students Desperate to Replace Biden in 2024

A new Pew Research poll found Biden’s approval rating among his own party has dipped 19% since April — with only 76% approval from the Democrat party. A Harvard CAPS/Harris poll reported Biden’s overall approval rating at a shocking 39%.

Campus Reform’s Addison Smith went to George Washington University to discuss Biden’s approval rating with students, and ask them if they would like to see Biden run for re-election in 2024.

Many students were not surprised by Biden’s weakened approval. Several students strongly disapproved of the job Biden has done in just over a year, with many citing his multiple broken promises the were once staples on his campaign trail.

But it’s their answers you don’t want to miss.

“I think in modern history he’s one of the most deplorable presidents we’ve had. The withdrawal from Afghanistan was a complete and utter disaster. We abandoned hundreds of Americans behind, despite the commander-in-chief promising otherwise,” one student said.

“He hasn’t lived up to his promises fully,” another said.

“He’s not shown strong leadership. His speeches have been very surface level,” another responded.

And there’s more to see, too. You have to watch what some of today’s college students really think of Biden as the left let’s down the next generation of students.


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