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Joe Biden marshalls diplomatic troops to counter falling polls at one-year mark

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This week, Richard Levick spoke with the South China Morning Post, weighing in on President Biden’s first year in office.

Indeed, Biden’s legacy could be significantly better than his popularity at the one-year mark suggests, some said.

“Americans are impatient. The expectations they have are that you can just flip a switch, the supply chain will be fixed, Covid over, inflation done,” said Richard Levick, who heads the public relations firm Levick. “I think history is going to be charitable to this president.”

That said, most Americans see the glass as half empty, tired of two years living with the pandemic and facing mounting inflation as supply chains from China contort.

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