President Joe Biden’s troubled bid for a second term has faced a setback, this time due to displeasure from wealthy donors. The move to temporarily halt arms sales to Israel has upset a portion of his supporters, as per a report by Just The News.

“Bad, Bad, Bad, decision, on all levels, Pls reconsider,” Israeli American Haim Saban, a Democratic megadonor, said in a letter to the White House. “Let’s not forget that there are more Jewish voters, who care about Israel, than Muslim voters that care about Hamas.”

In February, the individual organized a large-scale fundraising event for the president.

“Biden cares deeply about Israel, it’s in his kishkes,” he said.

Just The News reported:

“With a growing number of Democrat voters turning against Israel, Biden appears to be having trouble navigating the situation. A recent CNN poll of adults showed that 71% disapprove of his handling of the war in Gaza, including 81% of adults 18-34 years old. Other influential pro-Israel donors besides Saban have become more critical of Biden as well. Mark Mellman, head of the Democratic Majority for Israel, told Axios that “there has never been a president more pro-Israel than Joe Biden but at the same time we are very concerned about what appears to be a significant shift in US policy.”’

“There are a lot of people in the pro-Israel community who are very worried, very upset and very angry,” the donor said.

“We don’t know what the consequences are going to be politically,” he said.

The president is not only losing support from the Jewish community. While President Joe Biden and his administration persist in their efforts to persuade Americans that their lives have improved under his economic policies, commonly referred to as “Bidenomics,” the truth is that for an increasing number of people, life was actually better under former President Donald Trump.

Moreover, a troubling new statistic is poised to diminish Biden’s prospects for reelection.

“Many people of all races, and especially younger voters, are dismissing President Joe Biden’s claim that ‘they have the money to spend,’ with some revealing that they went without food one day last month,” the Washington Examiner reported.

In an unusual survey that tapped into the hurt many feel from inflation, minorities, young voters, and those with just a high school education suffered from food “insecurity,” Zogby Analytics said,” the outlet reported.