The foreign policy analyst’s comments come as inflation soars, illegal border crossings in the US have skyrocketed under Biden’s administration and its economy is crumbling. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in May inflation rose to 8.6 percent in the United States and in other data, two million illegal border crossings have occurred under Bien’s leadership.
In an article for The Telegraph, Mr Gardiner wrote: “The sense of malaise across the United States is palpable.
“There is little public confidence in the leadership of Joe Biden, who is increasingly a president in denial.”
Public confidence has not only decreased due to the policy issues associated with the Biden administration and “embarrassments” such as the withdrawal from Afghanistan, but also the number of public gaffs made by the President which has to be resolved by White House staff.
Most recently, the 79-year-old President was seen falling off his bike while it was stationary near his holiday home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Footage and images of the fall have been shared on social media with many mocking the President and numerous users calling the fall an allegory for Biden’s Presidency.
Twitter user CarrejoDominic tweeted: “Running a country is like riding a bike. ~ Joe Biden”.
Meanwhile, Joey Gilbert tweeted: “Joe Biden falling off of a bike is a perfect metaphor for his presidency.”
Mr Gardiner said on Twitter: “In many respects, Joe Biden’s presidency is the most amateurish in modern American history.
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He added that “fewer than one in four Americans now believe the US is heading in the ‘right direction’ according to the latest RealClearPolitics average poll of polls”.
Lavern Spicer tweeted: “ALL of my Democrat friends still support Joe Biden. NONE OF THEM can name me one reason why anymore.”
It seems that Mr Gardiners comments about Joe Biden’s presidency and the feelings of Americans are accurate.
Mr Gardiner concluded that the current White House administration is an “embarrassment on the world stage”.
He added: “The White House is utterly chaotic: at times, the level of almost comical incompetence has a distinctly Monty Python-esque satirical feel to it.”