Terry McAuliffe Brings in ‘Unpopular’ Joe Biden in a Last-Stitch Effort to Resurrect His Dwindling Campaign

Terry McAuliffe Brings in ‘Unpopular’ Joe Biden in a Last-Stitch Effort to Resurrect His Dwindling Campaign

Joe Biden’s approval numbers started plummeting after his disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal, and Terry McAuliffe has been careful to distance himself from the increasingly unpopular president ever since.

October 26, 2021

Nearly one month after admitting Joe Biden is “unpopular” in Virginia, Terry McAuliffe is campaigning alongside the president in the final stretch of the VA governor’s race.

McAuliffe: “We got to get Democrats out to vote. We are facing a lot of headwinds from Washington, as you know. The president is unpopular today, unfortunately here in Virginia, so we have got to plow through.”

Joe Biden’s approval numbers started plummeting after his disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal, and Terry McAuliffe has been careful to distance himself from the increasingly unpopular president ever since.

McAuliffe refrained from mentioning Biden on Twitter from August 13 until October 21, the day Biden and McAuliffe’s campaign event was announced. McAuliffe also did not mention Joe Biden during his second debate against Glenn Youngkin but did criticize the administration’s “Build Back Better” agenda saying the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package was “too high.”

Now, as the finish line draws near and the race continues to tighten, Terry McAuliffe is scrambling to find a way to motivate voters and make up for his out-of-touch agenda.

Bottom line: Terry McAuliffe would do to Virginia what Joe Biden has done to America since taking office: squander our economic recovery, make our communities less safe, and enforce more government control over our daily lives.

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