Joe Biden’s presidency is “dying a slow death”, says Political Analyst Professor Joe Siracusa.
It comes amid meetings between G20 leaders in Rome and the upcoming Glasgow Climate summit.
“The world is dying a death of a thousand cuts here,” Prof Siracusa told Sky News Australia.
“There isn’t going to be any climate change accord, no one wants to put up their oil or their fossil fuels or any of that or coal – look it’s just not going to happen.
“I think the thing that the leaders can do right now is sort of manage the expectations.
“People have been led to believe that a lot of great things can happen – the G20 clearly did not go down that road – the main reason is that Joe Biden was very damaged when he got there.
“His presidency was damaged – in fact he’s dying a slow death too.
“This morning – 54 per cent of Americans said they didn’t have any trust in him and 71 per cent said America was going in the wrong direction.
“So Biden is not going to be able to be a major factor here.”