US Governors Grade Joe Biden’s Performance

US Governors Grade Joe Biden's Performance

( – Teachers and critics have often used percentages and grades to communicate job performance and approval ratings, and now, governors are joining in. During the winter National Governors Association (NGA) meeting, multiple state leaders criticized President Joe Biden for both his foreign and domestic policies.

The final weekend in January found governors from across the nation meeting to discuss the state of the nation, from immigration and public health to infrastructure and cybersecurity. The four-day conference included meetings with President Biden, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and other Cabinet members. Despite the dialogue, multiple governors rated Biden quite poorly on a typical A – F grading scale.

Fox News Digital editor Cortney O’Brien shared more on Twitter:

Governor Doug Ducey (R-AZ) said Biden led a “failing administration,” while Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) gave him an “F.” Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) did not want to provide a specific letter grade but rated the sitting president as “poor on effectiveness,” highlighting Afghanistan, border security, and inflation as main issues. Governor Chris Sununu (R-NH) gave Biden the “solid D” and emphasized the White House’s “communication is just terrible.”

Will the White House take this criticism alongside the president’s abysmal approval ratings among Americans as a prompt to finally solve some of the issues facing the United States?

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