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Lindsey Graham Is Freaking Out Because Joe Biden Exceeded AOC’s Expectations In 1st 100 Days



During an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham said that President Biden’s first 100 days in the Oval Office have been a disaster, arguing that he is taking “destabilizing” actions and has thrown a “wet blanket” on the economy. But most of all, he’s complaining that Biden has exceeded Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s expectations as president.

Graham told host Chris Wallace that Biden was “in the 43 percent,” referring to the percentage of Americans in a new Fox News poll who said they disapprove of the job Biden is doing as president. However, the president heads into the week with positive approval ratings in most recent polls.

A Washington Post-ABC News poll released early Sunday found that 52 percent of Americans said that they approve of the actions Biden has taken so far, while 42 percent disapprove.

“I think he’s been a very destabilizing president,” Graham said. “And economically, he’s throwing a wet blanket over the recovery, wanting to raise taxes in a large amount and regulate America basically out of business.”

“AOC [Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.)] said his first 100 days exceeded her expectations. That’s all you need to know,” Graham said, referring to the progressive lawmaker.

Graham went on to attack the president’s handling of the ongoing surge of Central American migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, which Republicans have blamed on Biden’s reversal of Trump-era immigration policies that Democrats decried as inhumane for years under the previous administration.

“He’s been a disaster on foreign policy,” Graham added. “The border is in chaos. The Iranians are off the mat. He’s opening up negotiations with the Iranian regime that they haven’t done a damn to change. Afghanistan is going to fall apart. Russia and China are … already pushing him around.”

Graham’s remarks come just days ahead of Biden’s planned address to a joint session of Congress later this week marking his first 100 days in office.