Decision to embrace socialism will go down as one of the worst calls in the history of the presidency
President Joe Biden let an enormous opportunity slip by — not to be a transformative president — but a consequential one instead. The truth is that America is at an inflection point and Joe Biden is missing his moment.
For starters, Mr. Biden should have acted on his own inaugural address. In the first week of his presidency, he could have invited Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to the White House for a meeting to set the tone for how he was planning to govern with the legislative branch so evenly split.
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Mr. Biden could have sat the Republican leaders down in the Oval Office and said what every American knows — we’re a divided country. He could have acknowledged political reality: He won the electoral college by merely tens of thousands of votes out of a record 158 million cast; the Senate is deadlocked at 50-50; and Democrats barely have a governing majority in the House. He could have said in these uncertain times, it’s important that the American people see Democrats and Republicans united, working together.
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