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Joni Ernst says Biden’s vow to be a bipartisan president ’going out of window’

Joni Ernst says Biden’s vow to be a bipartisan president ’going out of window’

Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) said President Joe Biden is breaking his pledge to be a ’president for all Americans’ as he prepares to sign the $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package. Talking to reporters, Ernst said, ’We’ve been able to pass 5 Covid relief packages last year. Unfortunately, Biden’s promise to be the bipartisan president, a president for all Americans, is going out the window today.’

Seekster 0 months

Yeah I had some hope for Biden but I knew the odds of him being bipartisan were practically 0 from the start.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 0 months

I am glad he isnt trying to signal bi-partisanship. The GOP has gone wayyyy off the rails to be worked with. How can you work on infrastructure if the other side believes there is Jewish space lasers and there shouldnt be a federal government? Ignore the loons and get help to people that need it

Bulwark AC
Bulwark AC 0 months

Biden doesn't meet with anybody. He can not be bipartisan. How many executive orders the first week again?

Mathieu 0 months

The relief bill passed without a single vote from republicans despite it being overwhelming popular amongst republican voters. If they wanted to pass a bill on their own terms they should have done it under Trump when they had senate majority.

AgentStepford 0 months

Mat, that would be presuming the Republicans were interested in the representation of the general populous. Who in the GOP has not signed onto Grover Norquist's CONTRACT WITH AMERICA? It is more accurate to call it a "CONTRACT ON AMERICA". As he himself put it: “I don’t want to abolish government. I simply want to reduce it to the size where I can drag it into the bathroom and drown it in the bathtub.”

Jon 0 months

If only there had been some way to see this coming...

Adam 0 months

Anyone surprised by this?

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