Less than 20 percent of Americans have a “great deal” of confidence in Joe Biden’s handling of the Ukraine conflict, according to a new Associated Press and NORC poll.
Just 19 percent of the American public have a “great deal” of confidence in Biden’s ability to deal with the conflict.
Meanwhile, just 37 percent say they have “only some” confidence,” and percent have “hardly any” confidence.
It’s not looking good for sleepy Joe.
Only 42 percent approve of how Joe Biden handles the country’s relationship with Russia, while 54 percent disapprove.
A quarter of respondents believe the U.S. shouldn’t be playing a role at all in the war, with a further 49 percent saying America should have just a minor role.
Just 26 percent believe the U.S. should play a major role in the Ukraine conflict.
While 59 percent of Democrats said they favored sending money to Ukraine, just 21 percent of Republicans agree, the poll said.
The recent figures show a massive dive in support from both groups.
Last year, 63 percent of Democrats and 28 percent of Republicans were in favor.
Former president Donald Trump said he would quickly negotiate a peace deal to end the conflict within 24 hours.
As The Daily Fetched reported earlier week, Trump torched Biden for pushing the entire world to the brink of World War III, calling for all the warmongers and globalists to be removed.
Trump promised that “at the end of my next four years, the warmongers and frauds in the senior ranks of our government will all be gone.”
“World War III has never been closer than it is right now,” Trump began.
“We need to clean house of all of the warmongers and America-Last globalists, and the Deep State, the Pentagon, the State Department, and the National Security Industrial Complex,” he added.
“One of the reasons I was the only President in generations who didn’t start a war is that I was the only President who rejected the catastrophic advice of many of Washington’s Generals, bureaucrats, and the so-called diplomats, who only know how to get us into conflict, but they don’t know how to get us out,” Trump said.