Who is this guy?
President Biden appears to have failed to make an impression on an alarming number of Americans.
The president’s identity was the third most Googled search query starting with “who is” nationwide from June to August, according to the results of a Google trends analysis Casino.org.
“Who is the President?” was the most popular “Who is” search in New York, New Jersey and Texas and the least popular Google search in Delaware, Hawaii and Massachusetts.
“It’s wild to hear so much ignorance,” said Henry Post, 33, of the Lower East Side. “On the other hand, the president today is largely an empty suit without the power or will to effect meaningful change. So it’s a strange and, I guess, kind of depressing wisdom to waste your brain space on things you can’t control,” Post said.
City Councilman Joseph Borelli (R-Staten Island) didn’t mince his words in his blunt reaction to the shocking results: “I’m trying to forget that Joe Biden is our president too,” he said.
Not only is Biden clearly out of touch with the public, but a Post article last week revealed that he has spent 40% of his time as president on personal trips outside the White House – putting him on track to become America’s most inactive commander in chief .
“Who is Grimace?” – a summertime McDonald’s mascot – and “Who is the richest person in the world?” – who is now Elon Musk – were the only two “Who is” queries that were googled more, according to Casino.org as the POTUS.