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Biden’s New Year Resolution Enrages America


With all of the problems America is facing right now, Biden’s New Year’s resolution is to take more vacations?!? REALLY?

President Biden has disclosed his New Year’s resolution for 2024, setting the stage for a fiercely contested election year, according to a recent report by The New York Times. During a dinner outing with First Lady Dr. Jill Biden at a St. Croix restaurant in the Virgin Islands, the President expressed his determination to return on vacation next year.

The couple, currently on vacation, attended a Saturday mass and participated in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, scheduled for broadcast during ABC’s “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.”


When pressed about additional resolutions, Biden replied to reporters, emphasizing the significance of his plan to return the following year. CNN’s Dana Bash explored the topic further on “State of the Union” with former Biden communications director Kate Bedingfield and CNN political analyst Scott Jennings.

Bedingfield acknowledged the challenging upcoming campaign, anticipating a closely contested battle, while Jennings, noting recent polls favoring Donald Trump, expressed skepticism about Biden’s prospects.

Recent surveys indicate Biden trailing Trump in crucial swing states and hypothetical general election scenarios. A Wall Street Journal poll from late November to early December illustrated Trump leading Biden 47% to 43% in a two-candidate hypothetical election. Even in a scenario involving five independent candidates, Trump maintained an advantage at 37% to 31%, according to the same poll. Amidst this political landscape, criticism from Republicans has emerged, particularly regarding Biden’s vacation in the Caribbean amid the ongoing southern border crisis. Representative Gary Palmer of Alabama, chairman of the House GOP Policy Committee, characterized Biden’s presidency as a “vacation from reality,” highlighting the substantial number of encounters with illegal immigrants at the border since October.