The accusations of Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential elections in the United States turned out to be unfounded, but Washington still maintains the sanctions imposed in light of them. The 'house of cards' of accusations brought against Russia for its alleged intervention in the elections has crumbled, with new people appearing who declare the opposite of what was stated in 2016. However, US policy does not change and sanctions are not lifted, while politicians distort the information in their favour, speaking of the need to impose new sanctions.
Amid record-high inflation and prices, few Americans are impressed with President Joe Biden's performance so far. In fact, his current approval rating makes him the least popular US president since WWII.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative concerning current US President Joe Biden.
The segment does not cite any specific sources to back its allegation of Biden's unpopularity among Americans. However, even a cursory glance at historical approval numbers of US presidents shows that the current American leader is far from being the least popular since WWII.
As of 30 November 2021, Biden's approval stands at 42.8%. This is compared to Donald Trump's approval of 38.6% during his final day as president.
According to the Gallup agency, many of Biden's post-WWII predecessors fared even worse, with President Harry Truman's lowest recorded approval at 22%; Lyndon Johnson's at 35%; Richard Nixon's at 24%; Jimmy Carter's at 28%; George H.W. Bush's at 29%; and George W. Bush's at 25%.