Democrats in 'Total Disarray' over President Biden's Future

  • Dr. Marielle Mueller
  • July 10, 2024 09:03am
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Fox News host Laura Ingraham believes Democrats are in "total disarray" following President Biden's performance at the CNN Presidential Debate. She cites reports of a "funeral-like" atmosphere at a recent House Democrat meeting, where members expressed concerns about Biden's declining popularity.

Democrats are grappling with internal divisions and growing concerns about President Biden's future, according to Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

In her opening monologue on "The Ingraham Angle," Ingraham argued that the party is in "total disarray" following Biden's performance at the recent CNN Presidential Debate. She cited reports of a somber mood at a closed-door meeting of House Democrats, where members expressed doubts about Biden's ability to win re-election.

Democrats in 'Total Disarray' over President Biden's Future

Democrats in 'Total Disarray' over President Biden's Future

NBC's Jake Sherman reported that one House Democrat described the meeting as "like a funeral" and said there was "no consensus on Biden." Another Democrat, Mark Takano of California, said Biden was losing his district, which Biden won with only 62% of the vote in 2020.

Ingraham suggested that the public displays of unity among Democrats were merely "bad acting," and that the party was deeply divided over Biden's future. She pointed to recent calls from some Democrats, including Virginia Senator Mark Warner, for Biden to consider stepping aside.

Democrats in 'Total Disarray' over President Biden's Future

Democrats in 'Total Disarray' over President Biden's Future

However, Warner's efforts reportedly fizzled before they even started, demonstrating the limited influence that moderate Democrats have within the party.

Ingraham argued that the real power base within the Democratic Party now lies with Jill Biden, Hunter Biden, and the far-left "Squad" members.

She noted that polls show Biden's approval ratings declining, and that Democrats are worried about the impact this could have on their chances of retaking the House majority and holding onto the Senate in the 2022 midterm elections.

Ingraham concluded by saying that Biden's future remains uncertain, but that the divisions within the Democratic Party are clear. She suggested that the party could be facing a "civil war" over Biden's leadership.

The White House has not publicly responded to the reports of disarray within the Democratic Party or to Ingraham's comments.

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