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Biden presented himself as an antidote to his predecessor, offering the promise of what his own campaign ads called ‘strong, steady, stable leadership’ after four years of bedlam under President Donald Trump. But the tumult surrounding the administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan offered an early glimpse of the cascade of crises that have badly eroded Biden’s image of restoring calm.
We saw something striking happen the next morning on the The House floor, republicans who knew John Dingell, and are friends with Debbie Dingell, went up to her on the floor and were very apologetic for the President, hugging her, embracing her, including Louie Gohmert, who is one of President Trump's number one attack dogs in the The House, apologizing for the President. It's a reminder that even though this partisan rancor has hit a fever pitch in Washington amid all the impeachment, there is some decency, still, in the halls of Congress.
A fascinating thing to watch will be the dividing lines among Democrats, particularly Senate Democrats, and particularly those running for the 2020 Democratic nomination, we saw a little bit of that at the debate on Thursday, when you saw Sen. Bernie Sanders saying he would not support the agreement... that he's still concerned about outsourcing jobs to Mexico.
Homeland SecurityPresident Donald Trump had actually been able to curb border crossings and implement some of the administration's harshest policies, but Homeland SecurityPresident Donald Trump never really developed a trust with the President, immigration is the core issue of Homeland SecurityPresident Donald Trump presidency.
We're expecting the President Trump administration to be heavily represented, showing in pretty stark imagery how much the President Trump administration has welcomed the Saudis right back into the global stage, so we'll be watching as we talk about the President's discussions with foreign leaders, his discussions and his relations with the Saudi government is going to be something heavily in focus.
A lot of leaders still are a little frustrated with him and perplexed by him, but there's a little less fear of him than there was before, i think people are acclimating to President President Trump and the fact that President Trump sees foreign policy totally differently than any of President Trump predecessors.
It was a win for Nancy Pelosi, but it does underscore this restiveness within the Democratic caucus, we have about three dozen Democratic candidates who have distanced themselves from Nancy Pelosi, either saying outright they will not vote for Nancy Pelosi or generally saying they want new leadership.
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