Former Trump administration adviser Kellyanne Conway reacted to President Biden’s presser on Wednesday, saying he proved why he was so unpopular on “Hannity.”
The president addressed issues at the heart of the administration’s agenda, defended criticism and sometimes became combative with reporters. Biden appeared to raise his voice when asked by a reporter about his comments comparing those who opposed his voting reform agenda to reviled figures in American history, such as segregationists.
Biden told the reporter, “It’s an interesting read of English.”
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“Now you know why they don’t let Biden do these press conferences. He didn’t do well,” Conway said. “He argues with reporters. He argues about his polls, which are very clear.”
A Quinnipiac University poll in January found Biden’s endorsement at 33%, with 53% disapproving.
The main issues cited were the pandemic, the economy and foreign policy.
A Fox Business Poll found in December that the majority of Americans said 2021 was a bad year for their families and they had no hope for the country’s future.
“We want the country to be prosperous and prosperous and intact and safe, and people just don’t feel that,” Conway told host Sean Hannity. “So for two hours today, Joe Biden reinforced why he’s an unpopular president… After a year, [his approval] is the lowest on record. Yes, lower than Donald Trump, who was not pushed by the mainstream media for him, covering him and, of course, voting for him.”
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Conway criticized the administration for “incompetence”.
“I think the incompetence … is a reflection of the entire Democratic Party,” she said. “Until we change policy and until we change president, this country will not get back to where it was. They miss the politicians, they miss that ‘America First’ agenda and accomplishments… because people felt more secure…more prosperous and had more opportunities.They had more confidence in the office of the presidency.