Despite Biden’s struggles, polls suggest there is also dwindling enthusiasm for his likely opponent at next year’s election, Donald Trump.
Probed over how the American public have been dealt with such a hand, Swenson said it is evidence of “one of the flaws” with the country’s political system.
“The primary process is a year, maybe year and a half long. It enables the fringes of the parties to elect their nominees”, he told GB News.
“In the old days, prior to 1972 it was the party elders, much more similar perhaps to the system here where the main participants in the process in both political parties met at the conventions and haggled over who would be the best nominee.
“Now it’s left up to the voters and there’s some flaws with that, beware of the tyranny of the majority.”