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Jen Psaki On Democratic Midterm Aspirations: “If It’s A ‘Referendum’ On The President, They Will Lose”

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Speaking to NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” Psaki noted that crime is one of the biggest vulnerabilities for Democrats, but said if the election focuses on the “most extreme” party, Republicans would lose.

Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki spoke about the midterm elections and the Democratic Party’s aspirations, admitting that if the election is a “referendum” on President Biden, the Democrats will lose.

“If it is a referendum on the president, they will lose. And they know. They also know that crime is a big vulnerability for Democrats, I would say one of the biggest vulnerabilities,” Psaki said Sunday on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” show.

Psaki, who left the White House as the president’s spokesman for MSNBC, noted that he has been watching the US Senate race in Pennsylvania between Lt. Governor John Fetterman and Democratic candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz, saying that Republicans are running ads to portray Fetterman as “soft.”

“What has been interesting to me is that you always follow the money and where people are spending money. And in Pennsylvania, Republicans have been spending millions of dollars on the air to advertise crimes against Fetterman, because that’s where they see his vulnerability,” Psaki said. “So, yes, the economy hangs over everything. But you have to look at the factors state by state, and crime is a big problem in the race for Pennsylvania.”

Similarly, Psaki warned that if the November election focuses on the “most extreme” party, directly mentioned to Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Democrats will end up celebrating on Election Day.

Despite the fact that Biden’s approval ratings have increased to hover around 40%, a Washington Post poll with ABC News published this Sunday determined that the president is below 39%, highlighting the disarray of 53%.

Although the percentage of Americans who say that Biden achieved “a lot” has increased 5 points since November 2021, 57% indicate that he has achieved “little or nothing”.


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