Liberal radio host Charlamagne Tha God is not happy with Joe Biden's inaction towards Republican election reform efforts in the US. This made him declare the US President as the "donkey of the day."

On Wednesday, "The Breakfast Club" co-host told his listeners that as American citizens, it is their job to hold their elected representatives accountable.

According to Charlamagne, it doesn't matter if the citizens voted for the officials or not or that the person that represents their party is in power or not. He emphasized on the citizens' job to hold their elected officials accountable. As for him, his profession lets him "voice that accountability to millions of people."

During the show, Charlamagne played a video from Biden's Tuesday speech where he denounced the "ongoing assault on voting rights" and that it's the "greatest challenge to American democracy since the Civil War," reported Fox News.

Charlamagne said, "Now, I've been saying this for months - No. 1. They've been trying to take yo n***as' right to vote and we keep hearing things like ‘democracy is at stake,’ then dammit, Democrats need to act like it and I still don't think they're acting like it."

The radio host feels glad that Biden said something, but the host thinks the President is still not going hard enough. "He is still being delusional about how to stop this problem." He accused Republicans of "trying to oppress our right to vote." He additionally asked the President to get down on Democratic legislators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for their filibuster support.

The host said that if Biden doesn't get down on the representatives, his remarks on the GOP pushing for voting reform are "disingenuous" as the danger to political decision rights are "on both sides."

Meanwhile, Biden met singer-actress Olivia Rodrigo on Wednesday. She recorded videos to promote vaccinations among young people, Deadline reported.

She feels that it is important to have discussions with friend and family members, and encourage all communities to get vaccinated, and to get to a vaccination site. Following the meeting, Biden thanked the star for using her voice to urge youngsters to get vaccinated.

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Charlamagne tha God attends the 2020 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards at the iHeartRadio Theater on January 17, 2020 in Burbank, California. Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

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