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Joe Biden beats Donald Trump in bombshell poll after series of awkward 'senile' moments

NewsJoe Biden beats Donald Trump in bombshell poll after series of awkward 'senile' moments

An early look at a New Hampshire rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump puts the incumbent in the White House in the lead with 52 percent of voters saying they would back him in the 2024 election.

The polling suggests Biden has a slight advantage over his main Republican rival, offsetting some of the tepid support for another Biden term.

Approximately 62 percent of New Hampshire residents expressed dissatisfaction or worse at the idea of Trump regaining the presidency, with 56 percent of them conveying outright anger at the idea.

In the case of Biden winning reelection, 56 percent said they would be dissatisfied or worse, but only 38 percent report feeling angry, according to the CNN poll results.

But trouble is brewing for both candidates, with about one-fifth of respondents indicating that they would be less than satisfied with either scenario.

In a direct matchup between Biden and Trump, 52 percent of potential 2024 voters in the state say they would support Biden, while four percent favor Trump, with eight percent either uncertain or indicating support for another candidate.

These figures represent a larger advantage for Biden compared to recent national polls, which have typically depicted a closely contested race between the two most recent presidents.

Biden’s edge in the New Hampshire rematch of 2020 is due in part to stronger support from his own party.

Currently, 94 percent of Democrats in the state indicate that they would support Biden in a matchup against Trump. On the other hand, 79 percent of Republicans in New Hampshire expressed their support for Trump.

The poll results follow a series of gaffes made by the 80-year-old Democrat.

During a meeting in Washington on Thursday, Biden praised the “Black Caucus” during a speech in front of the Hispanic Caucus.

He delivered the wrong choice during a speech at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 46th Annual Gala when speaking to the executive director of Catholic Charities of Rio Grande Valley, Sister Norma Pimental.

Pimental was handed a gala award just before Biden made the epic blunder.

He praised her for embodying the values of the Gospel of Matthew, commenting: “I know Sister Norma lives the lessons nuns taught me growing up.”

Biden continued: “Lessons based on the Gospel of Matthew: ‘feed the hungry, care for the sick, welcome strangers.’

“They echo what my dad taught me, and I mean this sincerely, my dad used to say, ‘Everyone, everyone is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect.'”

He added: “The Congressional Black Caucus embodies all those values.”

Meanwhile, Biden met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky this week to discuss an additional US aid package for Kyiv.

Zelensky and his wife Olena arrived at the White House around 3:30 pm Thursday, where the President and First Lady Jill Biden welcomed them.

Biden seemed to stare blankly off into the distance as reporters took photos of the greeting, then awkwardly walked away from Zelensky into the White House

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