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A year ago today, Joe Biden officially became unelected President Joe Biden.
Joe Biden: "But I have probably, uh, outperformed what anybody thought would happen."
Wednesday, fielding live questions from reporters, Biden touted his performance to the world in a nearly two-hour press conference.
Reporter: "Why do you suppose such large segments of the American electorate have come to harbor such profound concerns about your cognitive fitness? Thank you."
Joe Biden: "I have no idea."
But the American people are not convinced Biden has "outperformed," as he claims.
Regarding Biden's border crisis, Border Patrol reported 1.6 million encounters with illegal immigrants in 2021 — as opposed to just over 450,000 in 2020.
Overseas, the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal allowed the Taliban, an Islamist terrorist group, to take over the nation's capital of Kabul.
Because of this tactical disaster, 13 American service members lost their lives — killed by a suicide bomber — and hundreds of U.S. citizens were marooned behind enemy lines.
Joe Biden: "We've been patient, but our patience is wearing thin."
This year, many Americans had to choose between getting a so-called vaccine or losing their jobs.
Last week, the Supreme Court rubbished Biden's COVID vax mandate for large businesses, but the unelected president hasn't changed his message.
Biden: "This continues to be a pandemic of the unvaccinated."
All this — on top of cargo ships piling up in the harbors and skyrocketing prices for basic goods — has left Americans wondering, when will it end?
According to a poll released Wednesday by left-wing magazine Politico, more Americans give Biden a grade of "F" for his first year than those who give him an A or B combined.