He's a decent guy who works well as a spokesman and he's a good enough politician. He should have stayed a lawyer or gone into marketing or broadcasting. He probably would have been a good diplomat to Indonesia. As president, his lack of experience is apparent to everyone by now. His heart is in the right place, but he's allowed himself to be bullied by the Pentagon and National Security establishment (and media) into becoming an even worse human rights violator that his predecessor. He relies too much on his White House team. He let Rahm Emmanuel leave too soon. Biden has been very instrumental to the administration and, in some cases, the voice of reason (the media plays him up to be a clown, but he's not).
Sadly, the president over-estimated the American people's sense of understanding. His knowledge of the US population is essentially LA, NYC, Chicago and Hawaii. He thought you could talk sense to the American people and reason with them. He later found out the hard way that most of the country does not see anything for what it is, because it gets its information from corporate media. And most of the country is racist. Despite the fact that he was raised by his white mother and has a law degree from Harvard, he is still known by many whites as "that n----r in the White House". Even though he is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, he's expected to genuflect to the military as a sign of humility. Whenever he fails to do this, the media calls him unpatriotic. In 2008, we needed to elect him president to show the world that we weren't monsters after all. Since then, he has been a bit of a disappointment due to the fact that he's simply too intelligent for us and he didn't realize this until it was too late.