Putin praised Biden's intention to run for a second term

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On November 22 & nbsp; White House spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said that & nbsp; Joe Biden is not & nbsp; refusing & nbsp; plans to be re-elected to the & nbsp; highest government office in & nbsp; 2024. He & nbsp; confirmed publications in the & nbsp; media, which reported & nbsp; that the & nbsp; 79-year-old politician is going to go for & nbsp; a second presidential term, despite & nbsp; a drop in his ratings.

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On November 20 & nbsp; it was reported that Joe Biden's new rating was called a “ blow in the gut. '' The popularity of the current head of the United States has broken an anti-record. The 46th president's support was only 36%. The indicator has reached its lowest level since the election. The level of criticism in & nbsp; society has grown to & nbsp; 53%.