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Democratic strategists are issuing strong warnings to President Joe Biden, urging him to face the realities of the upcoming midterm election and abandon the blame game with Vladimir Putin, Your Content has learned.
As the White House defends its messaging strategy amidst plummeting approval ratings, concerns of potential losses in the midterm election loom large for the Democratic Party.
Highlighting the urgency of the situation, Democratic strategist Michael Stratton emphasized the need for his party to wake up and acknowledge the challenges ahead.
“Democrats need to, you know, wake up here, smell the coffee,” Stratton cautioned.
Amidst criticism that the White House’s economic message is being overshadowed by news regarding Ukraine, Press Secretary Jen Psaki defended Biden’s recent efforts to address the economy.
“The president has actually done a number of events on the economy in recent days and weeks and will continue to,” Psaki assured.
In a noteworthy move, Democrats are pushing back against the White House’s strategy of attributing the high prices of food and gas to Putin.
One Democratic strategist expressed skepticism, stating, “No one is going to have to vote on Vladimir Putin anytime soon.”
With midterm losses potentially looming, Democrats are urging Biden to reassess his messaging strategy and focus on pressing issues that resonate with the American public.
The outcome of the upcoming election will undoubtedly shape the political landscape for years to come, according to The Daily Mail.