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President Biden Expresses Frustration with Aides Walking Back His Remarks and Lack of Support: Report




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According to a recent report featuring accounts from numerous current and former administration officials, President Joe Biden is said to be furious with his aides for frequently retracting his spontaneous comments and the negative media coverage he receives, Your Content has learned.

The report also highlights the lack of support from fellow Democrats in defending him against criticism. Despite the challenges faced since taking office, the President reportedly feels frustrated by the lack of recognition for his efforts in addressing these issues.

The White House has denied claims that Biden is irritated by his staff’s quick response to correct his remarks, asserting that all such actions are approved by him.

Additionally, the report suggests that Ron Klain, Biden’s Chief of Staff, may depart following the November midterms, with potential replacements including Susan Rice, Anita Dunn, Steve Ricchetti, and Terry McAuliffe, a former Governor of Virginia, according to Daily Mail.

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