Biden must be allowed to ‘continue to fail,’ according to an ex-Ronald Reagan aide, in order for the Democratic Party to ‘diminish.’


Biden must be allowed to ‘continue to fail,’ according to an ex-Ronald Reagan aide, in order for the Democratic Party to ‘diminish.’

According to a former Reagan staffer, Joe Biden must be allowed to continue to fail and make awful gaffes and policy errors in order to force him and the Democrats out of office.

Peggy Grande, who worked as Ronald Reagan’s executive assistant in Los Angeles from 1989 to 1999, told Sky News Australia that if the Republican Party wants to win the 2022 midterm elections, President Biden’s leadership failings must be highlighted and made public.

“We need to let this President continue to fail!” Ms Grande declared. For his terrible policies and views.” Allowing Mr. Biden to continue in his current manner, the Reagan aide continued, might result in the Democrat party and all of their ideas “diminishing as soon as possible.”

She emphasized the importance of this in light of the approaching US midterm elections in 2022, which she believes will be a “painful awakening” for the Democratic Party under Mr Biden’s leadership.

The Reagan-era veteran opined that the Democrats are already hurting because they are “extremely unpopular” in the United States.

As a result, she claimed, “they are trying to push everything through” Congress in order to avoid disgrace at the polls next year.

“They know they’re going to lose in 2022!” Ms Grande slammed.

She went on to remark that for the President to carry on in this manner is “insane.”

Her withering assessment comes after months of turmoil caused by Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan, leaving the country in the hands of the Taliban after 20 years of western presence.

Thousands of Afghans rushed to cling to planes in a desperate attempt to flee the country during the evacuation, causing havoc at Kabul airport.

However, the pullout became lethal once ISIS-K, the terror group’s Afghan arm, carried out a suicide strike that murdered hundreds of Afghans as well as 13 US servicemen and women.

The President’s refusal to accept questions from the press after his remarks has also been criticized.

Biden’s aides allowed one question from The Sun’s political editor Harry Cole after his meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson before escorting the rest of the world’s press out of the room.

While attending a vaccine-related speech in Illinois. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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