With great promises to change the Trump style of politics and promises, Biden assumed presidency in tougher times with incidents like Capitol Riots shaking the country. With growing divide in american communities and hate growing, Biden has not been able to control it. We’ll give some reasons for same
1) AFGHANISTAN DISASTER
Biden failed to protect Afghanistan and its citizens which ultimately fell into Taliban hands. The war on terror was complete failure which was mocked world over. Things went to disaster with army withdrawing all of a sudden leading to billions worth army equipments in Taliban terrorist hands.
2) CHINA RISE
Trump was able to assert tough stance against china and was vocal about their role in covid pandemic. Biden seems to have soft stance with President Xi and has done nothing to stop or counter Chinese rise. The Quad group which was formed for this purpose is still limited to Climate change and financing when in reality it should be acting in order to contain china rise in Indo-Pacific region
3) FAILURE TO STOP RUSSIA AGAINST UKRAINE
Biden administration failure is also seen in not been able to contain Russia advance against Ukraine. Analyst say that Putin will annex Ukraine territory at any moment. USA threat of sanctions have not been successful. It is still living in 90’s dream of threatening nations with economic sanctions.
4) GUN LOBBY STILL STRONG
On an average close to 1500+ children and citizens were shot dead in recent years. People can’t understand why guns are still available to almost anyone who has money. Gun lobby in USA is very strong and they are not moving an inch to make a change.
5) FAILURE TO CANCEL STUDENTS DEBT
On the campaign trail, Biden vowed he would cancel at least $10,000 of student loan debt per person in an effort to undo individual burdens the loans imposed.
The President has extended the interest-free pause on federal student loan repayments that was introduced amid the pandemic, though the measure is by no means a forgiveness of standing loans. The pause is scheduled to lift in February, and payments will resume.
6) Record Inflation
President Biden’s economic accomplishments have been bittersweet. On the one hand, the Biden administration approved a hefty $1.9 trillion COVID relief package and passed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law. Additionally, a record 6.4 million jobs were created which saw unemployment drop to just 3.9 percent last December.