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Biden at DNC ​​holiday party: “We’re going to win in 2022”

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President Joe Biden spoke at the Democratic National Committee holiday party on Tuesday night and expressed optimism that his party will win in next year’s midterm election.

“We need to keep making our case,” Biden told a crowd of about 400 people in Washington, DC on Tuesday night. “Let me repeat this: from the president, we will win in 2022.”


Right: US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., In Washington, USA, December 8, 2021. REUTERS / Elizabeth Frantz Left: President Joe Biden at the White House in Washington, United States, on December 3, 2021.
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“I want to say to my Republican friends: brace yourself, mate. You have a problem,” Biden said, explaining that Republicans are “against everything” and daring the crowd to name something that the GOP is “for.” “.

Many political analysts expect Republicans to rack up victories in the legislative elections next November.

During his speech, Biden presented his recently adopted infrastructure spending program as the largest piece of infrastructure spending since the Eisenhower administration. The president also celebrated that more than 200 million Americans are vaccinated.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also spoke at the event and explained how Biden is the “perfect” speaker to handle the tough times facing the country.


“Our country could not be better served than with these hands the most experienced and knowledgeable than yours, President Biden,” the San Francisco Democrat told the crowd. “He’s just perfect. The timing couldn’t be better.”

President Bidenwith the Americans remains in negative territory as the final weeks of 2021 approach.

Biden at DNC ​​holiday party: “We’re going to win in 2022”

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks during the Democratic National Committee (DNC) vacation celebration at the Washington Hotel in Washington, DC, the United States on Tuesday, December 14, 2021.
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The chairperson stands at 43% approval and 51% disapproval in a NPR / National Marist Inquiry published last Thursday. A day earlier, a national poll of Monmouth University indicated a 40% approval rating and a 50% disapproval rating. Both investigations have been carried out in recent days.

An average of all the most recent national polls compiled by RealClearPolitics places Biden’s approval rating at 42% and his disapproval rating at 52%. The average included a large survey of The Wall Street Journal conducted last month that had the president well underwater, at 41% -57%.

Biden joked Friday night, during an appearance on NBC’s “Tonight Show,” that he had stopped following his approval ratings.

Biden at DNC ​​holiday party: “We’re going to win in 2022”

U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) addresses reporters during her weekly press conference at Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., December 8, 2021. (REUTERS / Elizabeth Frantz)


“Well, not anymore,” Biden joked over the remote. interview from White House after host Jimmy Fallon asks him how much he pays attention to poll numbers.

“Just kidding,” the president stressed as Fallon laughed hysterically and the audience cheered. “I used to be careful when they were in the mid 60’s, but now that they’re in the 40’s, I don’t care anymore.”

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and Brie Stimson contributed to this report

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