Biden abandons bipartisanship as agenda stalls

Biden abandons bipartisanship as agenda stalls


President Joe Biden drew criticism for comparing anyone opposing Democratic election bills to segregationists and Confederate leaders before members of his own balked at the Senate rule changes necessary to pass them without bipartisan support.

Biden named George Wallace, Bull Connor, and Jefferson Davis during a stop in Atlanta but did not mention the Electoral Count Act, which Republican leaders have said they’re open to reforming after its vague terms helped lead to the Jan. 6 riots. To some, the speech represented a far different Biden than the one who took office promising unity and compromise one year ago.

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