President Joe Biden is having a terrible week. It’s largely due to his own incompetence, of course, and the American public appears to agree. Even the normally fawning media complex has turned on him over the events that unfolded in Afghanistan over the weekend and, according to new polling, were the contentious 2020 election to be held again today, former President Donald Trump would likely be the victor. A Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey released on Wednesday, conducted between Monday and Tuesday amid the fiery fallout of the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul on Sunday, found that 51 percent of likely voters blamed Biden more for the horrific disaster, compared to 38 percent who said Trump is more to blame. Fifteen percent were unsure which was more at fault. Meanwhile, The National Pulse reported just 37 percent said they would vote for Biden, the most popular presidential candidate in U.S. history, were the election held again today. Biden beat out Trump in 2020 by securing over 51 percent of the vote. Forty-three percent said they would vote for Trump, while a disillusioned 14 percent said they would vote for “some other candidate,” although none were specified.