Critics Fear Nightmare with Biden’s Team

( – Social media erupted in mockery on Saturday after President Joe Biden commemorated the third anniversary of his inauguration by posting a photo of him posing with the first lady, Vice President Kamala Harris, and her husband Doug Emhoff, whom he described as the “dream team,” the New York Post reported.

Naturally, social media users had comments, and not all of them were favorable.

The president’s post was flooded with replies from users who noted that the so-called “Dream Team” was responsible for rising consumer prices, a flood of illegal aliens crossing a wide-open southern border, an ever-increasing national debt, and persistent inflation.

Several Twitter users pointed out that Biden and Harris were less a “dream team” and more a “nightmare” for the country.

One Twitter user told the president that this wasn’t a “dream team” but a “nightmare.” Citing the crisis at the border and the flailing economy, the user suggested that President Biden should be ashamed “for celebrating his last 3 years.”

Even some left-wing reporters blasted the president’s tweet, with one journalist replying that the Biden “dream team” was a “nightmare team for Palestinians.”

The Biden “Dream Team” has enjoyed chronically low approval ratings since August 2021.

The current Real Clear Politics average shows the president’s approval rating underwater by 16.6 points, with an average disapproval of 56.4 percent and an approval of only 39.8 percent. Meanwhile, Dream Team member Kamala Harris has an average disapproval of 55 percent with only 36.4 percent approval, placing her 18.6 points underwater.

Most presidents with an approval of less than 40 percent in an election year are in for a bumpy ride.

A recent ABC News/Ipsos poll gave President Biden his lowest approval on record, with only 33 percent of respondents approving of the president with 58 percent disapproving.

According to the New York Post, the ABC poll wasn’t just Biden’s lowest approval. It was also the lowest approval rating for any US president in 15 years.

Even Donald Trump scored higher in the ABC poll, with 35 percent approval and 56 percent disapproval.

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