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There’s no way around it —President Biden is incredibly unpopular. But according to a new Fox News report, the Administration may be switching things up in 2022. And after that devastating Quinnipiac poll that found only 33% of Americans approve of the job Joe is doing, they really have no choice.

“Wednesday afternoon’s East Room press conference is emblematic of a White House attempting to reconstruct itself into a less-cloistered outfit that embraces the public…And so, at the podium Wednesday, the press and the nation will behold Biden 2.0,” Fox News reports.

“Until recently, the White House did not seem to be taking inflation very seriously. Just three months ago, Biden’s chief of staff retweeted a tweet calling inflation a “high class” problem. Meantime, the White House has sought to emphasize that the economy is growing and that various other economic data look great.”

But according to a recent Fox Business poll, 47% of Americans think Biden is making the inflation problem worse; 28% say he’s making no difference at all. He comes across as largely ineffective and out of touch.

Then there’s the nation’s rampant crime problem, with spikes in most of our major cities.

According to a recent ABC News poll, Fifty-nine percent of respondents said that crime is an “extremely” or “very serious” problem in the U.S., the highest level since 2017. The number of murders in the United States jumped by nearly 30% in 2020.

And the violent crime problem isn’t going away —in fact, it seems to be getting worse.

Last monthABC News reported that a dozen U.S. cities had set homicide records in 2021: Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Louisville, Kentucky; St. Paul, Minnesota; Portland, Oregon; Tucson, Arizona; Toledo, Ohio; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Austin, Texas; Rochester, New York; and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

If there really is a Joe 2.0, he’ll need to tackle the issues that matter most to everyday Americans.

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