When asked whether locals had become disenchanted with Biden, Cordaro said: “I certainly hope so.
WATCH HERE: Bob Cordaro on Biden's disconnect from his hometown of Scranton
“We have a tradition here, a very heavy ethnic tradition of Irish Catholic Democrat voters who have traditionally voted for people like Joe Biden without really thinking about the policies and how they would affect them.
“It holds true in many ways today because in a lot of places, the voting populace is older generally than the young. People don't vote as often. So these traditions still hold.
“And Biden has made Scranton his hometown. He lived here till he was 10, granted, but he's never done anything for us.
“I ask people all the time, well, what has he done for us? The answer is deafening silence.”
Speaking to GB News, Bob Cordaro, host of the Bob Cordaro Show on WILK Newsradio, explained how locals in Scranton see the president.
The comments come after Biden's popularity plunged to near its lowest level of his presidency this month, in a potential omen for his re-election bid next year, according to a new Ipsos poll.
The three-day opinion poll, which polled over 1,000 voting Americans and closed on Sunday, showed 40 per cent of respondents approved of Biden's performance as president, a marginal increase from 39 per cent in November.
Biden's public approval rating has held below 50 per cent since August 2021, and this month's rating remained close to the lowest levels of his presidency - 36 per cent - seen in mid-2022.
Speaking on how Biden’s attitudes have changed and how the upcoming 2024 election could turn out, Cordaro continued: “He's used this [Scranton] to give him a brand, to create a brand as a working class, middle class champion.
Biden was born in Scranton
“Frankly right now he is a champion of the elites. He's a champion of the ultra-wealthy. He's a champion of the regressive left.
“He has completely divorced himself from the people of Scranton, their values, their ideas, what they believe. But tradition carries through somehow.
“I can't tell you he's going to lose this county or he's going to lose the city of Scranton because the tradition of voting here in addition to a liberal left-wing base, that it does exist, we don't know.
“Trump won here narrowly in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, who also had Scranton roots. Her family was from here.
“So it's it's difficult to say what will happen a year from now.”