Angry anti- Republicans who voted for Biden in 2020 now say he's gone too ... trends now

Angry anti-Trump Republicans who voted for Biden in 2020 now say he's gone too ... trends now

As Joe Biden continues to try and chase down Donald Trump to win re-election, some Republicans who voted for him in 2020 are struggling to commit to changing sides a second time. 

Poll after poll has shown President Biden in trouble against Trump in their 2024 rematch, both nationally and in key swing states

Christopher Shays, a former GOP Congressman from Connecticut who voted for Biden in 2020, now says he's 'unlikely' to make the leap for the president again this November.

He asked: 'A lot of us are wrestling with, how can we support him when he's gone so far to the left?' 

Shays, who served in the House from 1987 to 2009, is now considering voting for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 

As Joe Biden continues to try and chase down Donald Trump to win re-election, some Republicans who voted for him in 2020 like Christopher Shays (pictured) are struggling to commit to changing sides a second time

As Joe Biden continues to try and chase down Donald Trump to win re-election, some Republicans who voted for him in 2020 like Christopher Shays (pictured) are struggling to commit to changing sides a second time

According to a New York Times report, Shays shares the sentiments of many Republicans who flipped for Biden in 2020, saying they've felt largely ignored by his time in office.

The latest blow to Biden's efforts to court the GOP: Nikki Haley's admission that she will vote for Trump.

'The Haley endorsement of Trump is a blow,' Adam Kinzinger, the anti-Trump former Congressman who served on the January 6 committee, said. 

'If you don't have other Republicans out there creating a permission structure for those folks to vote Democratic, I don't know how you expect to get many of them.'

He says he hasn't heard much from the Biden campaign about helping out and says if they don't try to use him to gain Republican support, 'it's political malpractice.' 

Ex-Republican and former Congressman David Jolly, says that a recent email sent out to Republicans saw responses that shocked him. 

'My eyes were opened at the level of anger and disgust at Biden, truly,' he said. 'There is a real disappointment in Biden's policy direction.'

Biden touted the support of Republicans

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