President’s agenda is in disarray because he cowered to his radical base instead of listening to the American people
We all just witnessed what President Joe Biden did to America in his first 100 days in office — inflation, crisis at the border, abandonment of Keystone pipeline jobs, threats of Supreme Court packing, and a more divided America.
So, what will the next 100 days look like? It just so happens that Mr. Biden’s 200th day in power coincides with the beginning of Congress’ summer recess in early August. Since the passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill in March, Mr. Biden’s agenda has been stalled amid Democratic disarray on Capitol Hill. And unless the logjam is broken soon — which is highly unlikely — the Biden White House is going to enter the fall with absolutely no signature accomplishments to point to.
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The key watch words for the Democrats as we head into Memorial Day weekend are desperation and division. As the days and weeks creep by and the pressure to produce mounts, how will Mr. Biden and the Democrats react? After their Middle East messaging fiasco last week, it’s clear that division in the Democratic ranks is smoldering. Tacking to the center would surely make the radicals erupt, but bowing to their demands once again would probably do more harm than good to Mr. Biden’s stated legislative priorities.
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