Midterms are looking terrible for Democrats.
29 House Dems have already retired and Biden’s approval is in the tank.
Now, according to a new report, The chairman of the Democratic National Committee is eying an early exit.
DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison allegedly has a strained relationship with the White House which might lead him to leave.
The chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has reportedly considered an early exit as fears of a Republican rout in the midterms leave him vulnerable amid plummeting approval ratings for President Biden.
In an interview with NBC News, DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison pledged to fulfill his full four-year term, saying he “made a commitment to be president.”
But a report citing current and former DNC officials revealed a strained relationship between Harrison and the White House and uncertainty that he will remain in his role ahead of the midterms, which political pundits have forecast to spell disaster for Democrats.
Biden has taken a beating in polls as his approval rating continues to drop, hitting 41.8% approval and 52.9% disapproval, according to the latest aggregation from pollster 538.
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