Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says Biden staff are quitting because of bad poll numbers
"We've got all kinds of personnel leaving the Biden administration," said Mark Meadows.
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Former President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says that part of the reason so many Biden staff members are leaving the administration is because of low poll numbers.
"We've got all kinds of personnel leaving the Biden administration," Meadows told "Just the News, No Noise" Tuesday. A chief of staff has left and I think we'll see a number of others. Part of this is just because of sinking polling numbers."
According to Meadows, the approaching 2024 election is another reason why staff are leaving the Biden administration.
"It's also a desire to kind of reset for the 2024 elections, and they have to have somebody to blame," he explained. "They were blaming Donald Trump when they came in. They're even still trying to blame Donald Trump for the Chinese balloon that was traversing through the United States, but yet they're running out of excuses."
Meadows assesses that the allies of the United States aren't very confident in Biden's leadership ability, especially with how the China spy balloon was handled.
The United States has downed three objects within the last week that some believe to be surveillance balloons from China, though none have been confirmed as such.
"When you look at a number of the foreign policy decisions that Joe Biden and his administration continue to make, it's really about America's weakness, not about America's strength," stated Meadows.
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