Ultimately, Biden’s trip will not change his political chances at home, where his popularity ratings are weak and he appears headed for a tough fight with his predecessor, Donald Trump.
The authors of the article recall that at the G20 summit in New Delhi, Biden met with more than 30 heads of state, but these meetings in themselves were essentially meaningless, within the framework of formal dinners or a formal exchange of greetings. .
Another factor negatively affecting Biden’s re-election chances was identified by the newspaper as the president’s advanced age, as well as the ongoing litigation over his son Hunter.
Recall that a day earlier in Hanoi, Biden ended a press conference by unexpectedly announcing that he was going to sleep. It is noted that those gathered continued to ask Biden questions, and he even began to respond, but the president of the United States was interrupted by the organizers. “Thank you all, the press conference concludes here,” the announcement sounded.