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Nearly half the country disapproves of Biden



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President Biden is facing a 49.4% disapproval rating. Meanwhile, only 45% approve of him. Real Clear Politics published a poll Wednesday representing the average of eight total nationwide polls. All polls were conducted in the last two weeks.

First, a little over a week ago the Morning Consult published a poll that was just as scathing. Nearly six in 10 voters surveyed in a poll by say the country has “seriously gone off on the wrong track.”

Biden tried to shift focus Thursday, quote tweeting a poll from Navigator Research instead. Reportedly 70% of the country supports his Build Back Better Agenda and believes it should be passed urgently. “I urge Congress to send the bills to my desk immediately,” Biden tweeted. “Let’s get this done for the American people.”

But even the lowest poll, from Emerson, reported that at least 47% of Americans still disapprove of the president. The highest poll came from Rasmussen Polls, with a 52% disapproval rating.

You can follow Jenny Goldsberry on Twitter @jennyjournalism.

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Hunter Biden sues IRS for not protecting his tax records



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In a lawsuit happy world, President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, is the criminal being prosecuted, but somehow also in a position to bring forth a lawsuit of his own.

On Monday, Hunter Biden sued the Internal Revenue Service on the grounds that the federal agency illegally released his tax records during the investigation into him.

Filed in a Washington, D.C., federal court, Hunter alleges the IRS failed to protect his private records. The lawsuit sites congressional testimonies and media interviews with IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler as examples.

“Despite clear warnings from Congress that they were prohibited from disclosing the contents of their testimony to the public in another forum, Mr. Shapley and Mr. Ziegler’s testimony only emboldened their media campaign against Mr. Biden,” the 27-page lawsuit says.

“And finally, since their public testimony before the House of Representatives on July 19, 2023, the agents have become regular guests on national media outlets and have made new allegations and public statements regarding Mr. Biden’s confidential tax return information that were not previously included in their transcripts before the Committee on Ways and Means.”

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