White House defends Biden's record after week of setbacks

White House defends Biden's record after week of setbacks

The White House defended President Joe Biden’s record after a week of setbacks on stalled promises of climate action, drug pricing, police reform, voting rights, and more, leaving allies and Democratic voters frustrated — this time by pointing to the “realities” of passing legislation in the evenly split Senate.

Press secretary Jen Psaki also suggested that the administration was pushed to prioritize the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and that data show voters support this.


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“What’s your message to Democratic voters out there who said they voted for lawmakers to protect voting rights, turn the tide on global warming, lower prescription drug prices, reform police departments, raise the minimum wage, tackle student debt, and

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