Karine Jean-Pierre issues blunt response to Joe Biden’s polling numbers

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has stood stern on President Joe Biden’s abysmal polling numbers.

Ms Jean-Pierre responded a blunt “no” after a journalist inquired about a meeting between White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients and other cabinet officials over a potential staff shakeup.

karine jean-pierre issues blunt response to joe biden’s polling numbers

Karine Jean-Pierre issues blunt response to Joe Biden’s polling numbers

Biden is currently sitting at a 56 per cent disapproval rating with his age and the rising cost of living crisis at the forefront.

Former President Donald Trump is leading the Republican vote with a higher approval rating.

Polls have pointed to Biden’s age as a concern in his presidency, however, Trump, who is just four years younger, has not experienced a decrease in his popularity.

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