Report: White House staff ‘miserable’ as pressure mounts on Biden

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White House aides and Biden campaign staff are reportedly feeling “unhappy” as concerns grow that President Biden will not be able to continue his campaign for re-election or run for a second term.

The latest report of escalating tensions within the White House comes from AxiosMorale is low among employees as communication with their bosses deteriorates, AFP reported on Friday.

“Everyone is miserable, and the senior advisers are a complete black hole,” an unnamed White House official told Axios. “Even if you try to focus on the work, nothing works or gets any recognition” from your bosses.

Liberal newspapers and Biden media allies are pressuring the president to drop out of the race: “His arrogance is infuriating”

First lady Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff watch President Joe Biden raise the hand of Vice President Kamala Harris as they watch the Independence Day fireworks display over the National Mall from the White House balcony, Thursday, July 4, 2024, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

All eyes are on Biden, 81, to prove he can do the job of campaigning against former President Trump, as top Democratic donors pressure him to drop out in favor of a younger candidate.

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“The only thing that can really alleviate concerns is for the president to prove that he can run this campaign,” Axios quoted a “senior Democratic National Committee official” as saying.

Hollywood megastar Megadonor calls on Democrats to ‘stop giving’ money until Biden withdraws

Biden Harris Supporters

Supporters listen during a campaign event for U.S. President Joe Biden at the North Carolina State Fair in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Demetrius Freeman/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

“Everything else sounds like the ‘Weekend at Bernie’ song his inner circle gives him to support him.”

Fox News Digital has reached out to the White House for comment on these and similar reports alleging low morale and rising tension among staff, but has not yet received a response.


Joe Biden

Biden arrives at Cross Hall at the White House in Washington, D.C. (Photographer: Samuel Corum/Sipa/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Biden and first lady Jill Biden hosted a barbecue for military service members on Thursday evening. After he finished his speech, Biden took to the microphone again.

The crowd began chanting, “We need you!” Biden responded, “You got me, man.”

“I’m not going anywhere,” he added.

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