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“There’s a lot of frustration about what we didn’t do”: Biden acknowledged that his agenda had stalled and that he was elected to UNITE the country after the GOP broke his “divisive” speech in Atlanta.

  • President Joe Biden on Friday acknowledged that the agenda was stalled as he updated the bipartisan infrastructure law.
  • “There’s a lot of talk about frustrations and things we didn’t do,” he said. “We do a lot of them, I can add,” the president added
  • He then reiterated that he had been elected to “unify” the country after receiving the warmth of Republicans who called his speech on Georgia’s right to vote very divisive.
  • “I ran for president to unite the country,” he said. “This bipartisan infrastructure law, which I signed a few months ago, unites us around things we are all connected to.”
  • The transition to infrastructure came after Senators Joe Manchin and Kirsten Cinema abandoned Philippuster reform, which refused to pass voting rights bills.
  • Biden also spoke about his accomplishments in infrastructure after the Supreme Court killed companies to order their employees to be vaccinated.
  • The president also suffers from a low number of polls, with one poll this week saying his approval rating was only 33 percent.


President Joe Biden admitted on Friday that his agenda had stalled as he updated the bipartisan infrastructure law.

“There’s a lot of talk about frustrations and things we didn’t do,” he said. “We do a lot of them, I can add,” the president added.

He then reiterated that he was elected to “unify” the country, taking warmth from Republicans who called his speech on Georgia’s voting rights very divisive on Tuesday.

President Joe Biden on Friday acknowledged that his agenda had stalled as he updated the bipartisan infrastructure law. “There’s a lot of talk about frustrations and things we didn’t do,” he said. “We do most of them, I can add”

Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu (left), who oversees the implementation of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, introduced President Joe Biden (right) at an event on the White House campus on Friday.

Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu (left), who oversees the implementation of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, introduced President Joe Biden (right) at an event on the White House campus on Friday.

“I ran for president to unite the country,” he said. “The bipartisan infrastructure law I signed a few months ago unites us around things we are all connected to.”

“Whether you’re in a Kentucky village or in downtown Philadelphia, you have to turn on the tap and drink clean water,” the president continued.

While he was speaking, First Lady Jill Biden visited parts of Kentucky devastated by tornadoes last month, while Transport Secretary Pete Buttigig visited the Brotherhood of Love.

“Students should have access to the internet if they need to do their homework at home instead of going to a fast-paced parking lot. “People need good jobs,” Biden said.

Biden read several dollars for road upgrades, ports, airports, clean water, internet and bridges.

He announced that the federal government would allow 100 percent of federal funds to be used to rebuild certain “off-system bridges”.

Historically, state and local organizations had to adjust at least 20 percent of the funding.

Biden ignored reporters’ questions as he finished his speech.

Biden’s return to infrastructure came after a 48-hour disappointment for the White House – moderate Democrat Senators Kirsten Cinema and Joe Manchin refused to abandon the Philipuster reform, which led to the passage of voting rights bills.

The Supreme Court also overturned a plan by Biden to force companies with more than 50 employees to vaccinate their workers.

A new poll this week found that Biden’s approval rating among Americans fell by 33 percent.

The bipartisan infrastructure bill was one of two major legislative achievements in the president’s first year.

The Democratic president managed to pass the American Rescue Plan – the COVID-19 aid package – in March, and then passed an infrastructure bill in November.

Biden had hoped for a third package on Christmas Eve – the “Build Better” act – but Manchin missed it.

Since then, Biden and Democrats in the Senate have focused on voting laws – and as they vote in the Senate next week, they could also fail.

The Biden administration also fell flat on its way to the holiday season as a new omicron version of COVID-19 rose, and Americans complained of a lack of testing.

In the 2020 election, Biden has vowed to be united.

He argued that the government could be competent and promised to control the coronavirus pandemic.

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