Nashville gives Biden harsh grades on Afghanistan withdrawal and inflation
Nashville – As President Biden leaves to meet the world’s most powerful leaders in Rome for the annual G20 summit, the people of the city of Nashville have taken a somewhat harsh review of the president’s performance since taking office.
“He has to go,” Jerry of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, who graded Biden’s performance in a “Z,” told Granthshala News.
“The happiest man in the world right now is Jimmy Carter because he’s out of the history books for being the worst president ever,” he continued.
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Chris of Georgia rated Biden a “three or four max” out of 10.
Chris said, “I’m trying not to be mean here. He wasn’t given a good position in the beginning, but he didn’t do anything to rectify the situation.”
Nashville local Aaliyah gave Biden a five out of 10.
“I don’t see much,” she told Granthshala News. “Honestly not much has changed.”
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A recent Granthshala News poll shows the president’s disapproval rating hit an all-time high at 53% disapproval. Many told Granthshala News that the failed Afghanistan withdrawal and inflation were Biden’s biggest failures.
“I would give him a bad grade because of the way we left Afghanistan,” said Bobby of Louisville, Kentucky. “I think it was terrible.”
Nashville’s Murphy, who rated Biden a 7.5 out of 10, said: “Afghanistan’s stuff happened right where it felt like he kicked us out too soon.”
“I don’t think we’re in a very good place when it comes to inflation,” Murphy said.
Asked why Jerry rejected Biden, he told Granthshala News: “I don’t know where to start. There’s inflation, there’s limits… everything he touches turns into — I’ll leave it at that.”