Biden Administration: Opinions



'Getting caught trying' isn't enough; the president has to keep delivering, or Republicans will take over.

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In the end, Biden gave little ground to Putin beyond the respect he showed by meeting with the Russian president.

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Relations between the United States and Russia have reached a particularly perilous moment.

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White House offers and GOP counteroffers have focused on how much to spend, rather than how well the money is spent.

If the president can’t broker a deal, maybe one can be struck in the Senate.

After Trump, Biden must be willing to act forcefully in defense of vital U.S. interests.

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To be successful, Biden will have to persuade middle-class taxpayers to pony up their fair share for public services.

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It's no longer about chicken feed.

  • Max Bergmann and John Podesta
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HUD is announcing the launch of a plan to get cities and states to create and abide by their own fair housing commitments.

  • Marcia L. Fudge
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If we ignore our grand principles at home, it's our adversaries who profit.

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After an aggressive start, the White House appears to be reverting to the more cautious approaches of Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. That's a big mistake in our current politics.

Biden's case democracy abroad is complicated by authoritarian forces rising at home.

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This trip is about realizing America’s renewed commitment to its allies and demonstrating the capacity of democracies to meet the challenges of our time.

  • Joe Biden
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Other presidents have tried to limit international corruption. Now it's President Biden's turn.

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How can there be common ground if Republicans resist action to undo what Biden called “un-American” assaults on voting rights?

For better or worse, the president is doing what he promised to do.

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The president plans to tax more and spend far more.

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The more economic growth a politician promises, the worse their policies probably are.

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It’s clear that some of Democrats' most important objectives, especially guaranteeing the right to vote, will never win enough Republican votes to overcome a Senate filibuster.

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That’s the clear message of the president’s “counteroffer” to Republicans.

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