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Biden advocates in the liberal media turn on president and 'weep' following Trump debate: 'I've seen enough'

Scores of staunch Biden allies in the liberal media are turning against President Biden following his widely panned debate performance that had pundits and Democrats calling for him to halt his re-election campaign and pass the baton.

Shortly after the debate, MSNBC's Joy Reid suggested that the president failed at his job of "settling" the Democratic Party and assuaging their concerns about his ability to win the 2024 election.

"Joe Biden's job was to reassure them tonight," Reid said. "His job was to calm his party, to make them feel that yes, I can do this. I have four more years in me. I have the ability and the stamina and the strength to do four more years. He did not do that. He did the opposite of that. He made them more panicked."

Reid also admitted that her phone did not stop buzzing throughout the debate as political operatives, campaign operatives and Democrats were approaching a state of panic.


"[Biden] is the real working-class White guy that's actually Donald Trump's base, so he knows how to talk to them. He believes that he is the only person that can do it. The problem is, after tonight, his party doesn't believe that," she later said.

"Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough, who recently lambasted a Wall Street Journal article that suggested Biden's mental acuity was "slipping," declared his "love" for the president on Friday but admitted his debate performance calls into question whether he should run for re-election.

"If he were CEO and he turned in a performance like that, would any corporation in America, any Fortune 500 corporation in America, keep him on as CEO?" the host said.

Later, Scarborough said Biden

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