On the floor of the United States Senate on Wednesday, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke about President Joe Biden’s upcoming address to Congress, taking aim at the difference between the president’s polarizing actions and “moderate” rhetoric.
McConnell said he will be “curious to hear how the president tries to square his rhetoric with the administration’s actions over the past hundred days.”
He said, “President Biden pledged he would be ‘A president for all Americans’ with plans to repair, restore and heal,” adding that the American people elected a 50/50 Senate, a closely divided House and a president who preached moderation and “promised that his whole soul was committed to uniting our people.” McConnell noted that many hoped that his administration would reflect his promise, however, the Republican leader went on to describe how Biden’s administration has taken increasingly partisan actions.
“But the first hundred days have left much to be desired,” McConnell said. “Over a few short months, the Biden administration seems