‘Start reporting it the right way’

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President Biden took a swipe at the media for negative coverage of the economy ahead of his holiday vacation. 

Upon leaving the White House on Saturday before spending his Christmas at Camp David, Biden was asked by a reporter about his “outlook” of the economy going into 2024. 

“All good. Take a look,” Biden responded. 

“Start reporting it the right way,” he added with a smirk.

FOX NEWS POLL: ONLY 14% SAY THEY HAVE BEEN HELPED BY BIDEN’S ECONOMIC POLICIES

Biden leaving White House

President Biden speaks to the press as he departs the White House in Washington, DC, on December 23, 2023. (ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)

Biden has repeatedly been critical of the press, which he accuses of focusing more on negative news than positive things that come from his administration. 

But his approval among Americans continues reaching historic lows and his handling of the economy is a heavy factor in his unpopularity. 

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A recent Fox News poll shows only 14% of Americans believe Biden’s economic policies have helped them while nearly half (46%) say his administration has hurt them financially. 

The pessimism towards the economy crosses party lines. The Fox News poll showed a whopping 61% of Democrats joining the 93% of Republicans and 85% of independents who say the economy is in bad condition. 

President Joe Biden

Only 14% of Americans believe President Biden’s economic policies have helped them, a recent Fox News poll showed. (Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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Democrats are becoming increasingly concerned about Biden going into the 2024 presidential election. The RealClearPolitics average of polls shows him more than two points behind former President Trump in a hypothetical rematch.

Among other factors that could negatively impact Biden include his handling of the border, the crises overseas including Ukraine and Israel, the legal woes plaguing his son Hunter and the impeachment inquiry recently launched by House Republicans. 



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