NBC’s Late Night host Seth Meyers is afraid that President Joe Biden’s failure to see to a ceasefire in Gaza is making him lose Democrat voters in key swing states and might make him lose to former President Donald Trump in the November election.

During his show on Wednesday, Meyers pointed to Biden’s promise during an appearance on the show in February that he will negotiate a ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza.

As Biden has failed to make good on his promise, Meyers said that voters are upset that Biden has not made good on his promise of a ceasefire and has instead supported Israel with weapons.

“[Voters] are understandably upset Biden keeps claiming he’s frustrated with Netanyahu’s handling of the war, while simultaneously sending more weapons to support that war against the wishes of a majority of Americans,” Meyers said.

Pointing to Biden’s promise, he added, “I remember him saying that because, despite my best efforts, I was standing right fucking there.”

He then went on to decry Biden’s failure to keep to his word, “You’re the president. You can just say, ‘No more funding. No more weapons.’ You can call for a ceasefire—that’s what a majority of Americans want, including the tens of thousands of Democrats who are registering protest votes in key battleground states.”

By “the tens of thousands of Democrats who are registering protest votes in key battleground state,” Meyers meant Democrats in Michigan and Wisconsin, where there is a vast Arab and Muslim population that supported Biden’s presidential bid in 2020.

While those voters backed Biden in 2020, they are not pleased with Biden’s Israel policies and have voiced their protest against him during the primaries. To further their disapproval of the president, they have formed a movement, dubbed #AbandonBiden.

“There must be an immediate lasting ceasefire and the safe return of all hostages. That’s the loud and clear message of these protest votes, and Biden must listen, otherwise he’s at risk of losing to someone whose presidency was a [complete disaster],” Meyer said further.

Biden, in his conversation with Meyers in February, had not only promised a ceasefire but set a timing to it.

“I hope by… the end of the weekend. My national security advisor tells me we’re close. We’re close. It’s not done yet. My hope is by next Monday, we’ll have a ceasefire,” he said.