Reps. Emmer on why Democrats will 'lose' in next elections: 'One incompetent move after another'

Emmer hizo el argumento durante una entrevista exclusiva con “Futuros del domingo por la mañana” donde criticó a la administración por “un movimiento incompetente tras otro.”

Emmer said he agreed with Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso’s comments on the program earlier this month when the Republican senator argued that the results of therejection election” en nov. 2 revealed that voters across the countryoverwhelminglyrejected the Democrats’ “radical policies,” which caused inflation, open borders and the strong potential for higher taxes.

Barrasso made the comment five days after a good election night for Republicans in states including Virginia, where the GOP pulled off an election win in the governor’s race many would have believed impossible several months ago.

Americans are smart,” Emmer, the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, said on Sunday. “They are rejecting this socialist big government agenda.

They realize that Demócratas in Congress right now are completely out of touch with Main Street America and middle class Americans.

He then said that the job of Republicans over the next yearis to make sure that it’s very clear every day that their policies, their big government policies, are driving inflation, are driving the crime wave across this country, are responsible for the open border.

Emmer slammed the leadership under President Biden as “incompetente,” which he said has been on display since the president took office in January.

Del presidente Biden El índice de aprobación stands at 36%, with disapproval at 53% in a new Quinnipiac University national poll. That’s the president’s lowest level of public support in Quinnipiac polling since taking over in the White House in January.

Biden’s approval edged down a point and his disapproval trickled up a point from Quinnipiac’s October survey.

The president stood at 49% approval and 51% disapproval in a separate national poll from Marquette University Law School that was released on the same day earlier this month. Biden’s approval in the survey, conducted Nov. 1-10, was down nine points from Marquette’s last poll, from July.


Biden’s approval rating hovered in the low to mid 50s during his first six months in the White House. But the president’s numbers started sagging in August in the wake of Biden’s much criticized handling of the turbulent NOSOTROS. exit from Afghanistan and following a surge in COVID cases this summer among mainly unvaccinated people due to the spread of the highly infectious delta variant as the nation continues to combat the coronavirus, the worst pandemic to strike the globe in a century.

The plunge in the president’s approval was also compounded by the most recent surge of migrants trying to cross into the U.S. along the frontera sur with Mexico. Also fueling frustrations with the president’s performance has been the rise this summer and autumn in consumer prices.

Emmer argued on Sunday that the Trump administration’s policieswere incredibly popular,” including America’s energy independence, safety and security in the country, and a secure southern border.

He went on to say that when Democrats came into office theybasically took it as a mandate” a “undo everything the last administration did,” which resulted interrible consequences to the American people and that’s why they’re going to lose next fall.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that Presidente Biden intends to run for reelection en 2024.

“sí, esa es su intencion,” Psaki dijo reporters aboard Air Force One on the way to Fort Bragg, Carolina del Norte, where Biden and first lady Jill Biden held a “Amistad” celebration with military service members and their families.

Psaki’s comment follows reports that Biden’s allies are seeking to calm concerns about his age and plummeting poll numbers, which have been compounded by the devastating gubernatorial election loss for the Demócratas in Virginia that is being interpreted as a referendum on his presidency.

Emmer said on Sunday that Bidencan run again in 2024 if that’s what he wants to do, but he’s going to lose.

He then stressed that the reason Democrats are going to lose is becauseprices are up for everything and paychecks are down” y “they’re responsible for this ola de delincuencia,” but aredoing nothing to solve it.

Emmer also argued that Democrats areresponsible for chaos on our southern border” y el “incompetencia” as it pertains to the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan la “ridiculous political ploy to release 50 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum oil reserve.

It’s just one incompetent move after another,” él continuó.

The incompetence that we’ve seen since the beginning of the year is causing serious problems for middle class Americans, frankly for the country as a whole,” Emmer added.

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and Jessica Chasmar contributed to this report.

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