Mr Biden was ridiculed for the figures released by presidential historian Martha Kumar by GB News‘ Patrick Christys who brutally speculated how the President is not in “sole charge” of the United States and needs “looking after” by aides. The revelation follows in the wake of a recent poll by CNBC’s All-America Economic Survey which shows only 41 percent of American’s approve of Mr Biden, with 52 percent disapproving.
Mr Chisty’s slammed: “I do think that maybe it has gone a bit too far for the President…
“I think potentially it is a question of credibility, his withdrawal from Afghanistan was shambolic to say the least!
“I understand of course that he is relatively elderly but his communication skills are not the best are they!”
But in a brutal jab, he slammed how there is “a sense that he needs to be protected” as the GB News questioned why the President has attended fewer interviews than his predecessors.
Mr Christys went further, speculating: “I think it opens the avenue to people to suggest that maybe he is not the one that is in sole charge!
“Maybe there are people behind the scenes who have to look after him quite a lot!”
The interview results mark a stark contrast to former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, who had carried out 113 and 50 interviews respectively in that time.
The polling collapse follows a seperate poll by Quinnipiac which showed Mr Biden’s favourability tumble by over 10 percent in five months.
His legacy of Afghanistan has seen 37 percent of those polled approve of Mr Biden as Commander in Chief of the US Military.
But a massive 58 percent disapprove of him in the role.
Rasmussen’s most recent poll suggested Biden’s approval rating currently stands at -12 percent.
Joe Biden has been US president since January 21, 2021.