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Trust, meaning there's a general belief that the Biden White House genuinely wants to get there on things like a $ 15 minimum wage, massive investment in taking on climate change and canceling student debt, but, you know, it's up to organizing to ensure that the incentives are aligned for them to go bigger and faster.
Moderate Democrats will face a fork in the road when it comes to the issue of bipartisanship, on many issues, a majority of Republican voters support a position that zero Republican politicians in Washington are willing to vote for. At that moment does bipartisanship mean cutting an unpopular deal with corrupt out-of-touch politicians like [ Senate Majority Leader ] Mitch McConnell ? Another option is rally the public and... we hope that's where [ Biden ] goes.
It's fair for voters to be skeptical of Hillary Clinton's speeches about holding Wall Street accountable when Wall Street institutions fund her foundation at the same time she gives those speeches, that's a burden that Clinton will have to address by backing up her words with bold action -- like appointing an economic team not beholden to Wall Street and showing a willingness to break up too-big-to-fail banks and jail bankers who broke the law.