Republican presidential hopefuls have about two months left to connect with voters in the U.S. states of Iowa and New Hampshire. Former President Donald Trump continues to hold a commanding lead in the polls among Republican candidates, despite facing 91 criminal charges.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Joe Biden is vying for another term for the Democrats. His approval numbers are near the lowest of his presidency, and he’s faced criticism within his own party for his handling of the Israeli-Hamas war.
Joining the discussion:
- Brandon Brice is a columnist and radio host of “The Brice is Right.”
- Eleanor Clift is a political columnist for The Daily Beast.
- Rina Shah is a political strategist and commentator and Founder of Rilax Strategies.
POLL: President Biden’s approval rating drops to the lowest level of his presidency and, for the first time, he is trailing behind President Trump in the hypothetical 2024 matchup, according to the latest national @NBCNews poll. https://t.co/Jc3qOJfb92
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 22, 2023
Americans for Prosperity Action, an advocacy organization backed by billionaire Charles Koch and his network of wealthy conservatives, has endorsed Nikki Haley as the Republican alternative to Donald Trump ahead of the Iowa caucus. https://t.co/IDx1p0tKsI pic.twitter.com/ntsR8bQR4E
— ABC News (@ABC) November 28, 2023