Joe Biden was just handed one set of poll numbers that made him realize he has a Ron DeSantis problem

Jan 18, 2024

Joe Biden is so terrified of a rematch with Donald Trump that he weaponized the justice system against him.

But Donald Trump is not the only Republican Joe Biden should be worried about.

And Joe Biden was just handed one set of poll numbers that made him realize he has a Ron DeSantis problem.

Problems are piling up around Joe Biden with no end in sight.

One of the biggest issues facing Biden is the fact that he would be 86 at the end of a second term.

At 81-years-old, the President is already suffering from severely declining mental and physical abilities.

Polls have been showing that the overwhelming majority of voters already believe Joe Biden is too old to serve another four years in the White House.

Aside from his age and cognitive decline, Joe Biden’s Presidency has been a flat-out disaster for the country.

Record breaking numbers of illegal aliens are flooding across the wide-open southern border on a daily basis.

Crime is skyrocketing in Democrat-led cities nationwide.

Inflation is still high, which makes it hard for ever growing numbers of Americans to get by each month.

And Joe Biden’s bungling of foreign policy has pushed the country closer to World War III than ever before.

Joe Biden’s approval ratings are in the tank as a result of his disastrous policies.

And despite Biden’s aggressive lawfare, Donald Trump has been leading in all of the key battleground states that will determine the November election.

But Donald Trump is no longer Joe Biden’s only concern.

A new CBS News/YouGov poll showed Joe Biden losing to Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis in a hypothetical General Election matchup.

The poll found Donald Trump defeating Joe Biden by 50 to 48 percent in a head-to-head matchup.

But it also showed Joe Biden losing to Ron DeSantis by 51 to 48 percent.

“In a contest with Biden, DeSantis received 51 percent of support while the president received 48 percent,” The Hill reported. “The matchup between Biden and Trump, the two frontrunners for the 2024 election, was the closest among the GOP presidential hopefuls,” The Hill continued, before adding that “the poll found that 50 percent of respondents would vote for Trump and 48 percent would vote for Biden.”

This is unwelcome news for Joe Biden.

Even if his lawfare does succeed in taking Donald Trump out of the election, Joe Biden should expect a tough re-election no matter who he faces in November.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

 

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