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Several major mainstream news outlets have said thatPresident Joe Biden's recent legislative successes have made his presidency a "successful one" rather than a "difficult one." It claims to represent a "hot streak" that can turn into what is seen as a "
In recent weeks, The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, and Politico have all published articles claiming that Biden's recent successes show that he is on track, Refuted claims that he was a poor president.
This novel media trend seems to have started in late July with a Politico report claiming that "Joe Biden is back in the game." The article generated a glowing response to Biden's progress on the economic and environmental agenda. This is due to an agreement reached between Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) and Senator Joe Manchin (D-Washington) on an Inflation Reduction Act.
At the time,Politicosaid, "After enduring a brutal year dominated by economic instability, legislative setbacks and falling approval ratings, the president was suddenly on the verge of a turnaround. The White House believes it can save his summer and change his trajectory as president.”
Various outlets have touted the recent success of U.S. President Joe Biden, demonstrating that his presidency is better than people think. Provided as evidence. Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images
In Politico Magazine's opinion column published that same week, the outlet's founding edits Contributor John Harris claimed that Manchin had newly endorsed Biden. The economic agenda shows a "sudden mood lift" and the president's leadership needs a "re-evaluation." Polls showthat even most Democrats don't want Biden to stay longer than he should. Harris argued that Biden deserved a "solid B" rating for his presidency thus far.
The president's approval ratings were low, inflation The idea that Mr. Biden is succeeding continues even as the U.S. economy reaches levels previously considered recession.
Last Sunday, Politico's "playbook" hailed Biden as one of the "mostlegislatively successfulpresidents of our time" following the recent passage of inflation-reducing legislation. . Authors Ryan Liza and Eugene Daniels called Biden's economic successes "fairly impressive" and said there was "no longer much debate" about whether Biden would become an important president. added.
In a report Monday, The Washington Post praised Biden's recent "furious momentum", saying that the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act "capped an astounding three-week run for Biden. It was consistent with his COVID-19 measures," he said. Isolation, including passage of major legislation to help sick veterans and boost computer his chip his makers, historic job growth numbers, steadily falling gas prices, once-in-a-generation NATO expansion, and al-Qaeda's long-sought killer allies. "
CNN, Politico, New York Times, Washington Post Legislation He praises Biden for turning the presidency around in recent weeks due to the success of his agenda.(AP/Manuel Barce Seneta)
The report added: "I will take the presidency and energize the Democratic Party."
The White House is again trying to rebrand Biden,
On Wednesday, CNN's political report said Biden's "political standing among the public is declining," following his recent successes. may provide the turnaround he and the Democratic Party needed.
The article states: It's a boost to the midterm elections that the Democrats wanted."
Also on Tuesday, The New York Times' White House correspondent Peter Baker claimed that Mr Biden's recent successes showed he was "on track." "Suddenly, nothing was going right, and a regime that could not catch a break was on a momentum that any president would be happy to have," he wrote.
Baker even went so far as to claim that he listed Biden's successes as: After 20 Years of Manhunt" – Places presidents in the ranks of "probably F.D.R. and L.B.J." with respect to each former president's "two-year legislative record".
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The New York Times claimed that Mr. Biden was "on track" with recent political successes. (REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/File Photo)