Having recently signed the infrastructure bill, which supposedly only cost $1.2 trillion, President Joe Biden decided to travel to the land of 10,000 lakes to celebrate the new program.

The only problem, while President Biden and the Democrats might see this as a huge win for the Biden administration, Biden’s approval rating continues to slump as it reached a dismal 36%.

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And with Americans struggling due to the rise of gas and inflation, it might not have been the best idea to travel all the way to Minnesota to promote spending more. 

With the Democrats hurling America into a state of despair given their outlandish mandates, the supply chain crisis, the Southern border crisis, and inflation hitting a 31-year high, Americans decided to line the streets and welcome President Biden to Minnesota. The only problem, as you can see in the video below, Biden was met with Trump flags, disdain, and the always favorite “Let’s Go Brandon” and “F**K Joe Biden” chants. 

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Although the midterms and presidential election are still a ways away, it appears that the most voted for President in history might become the most disliked as well. 

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