Week in Review: The Biden Revolution Sputters Before It Even Gets Started

The president just doesn't have enough votes in Congress. And never will.
June 06 2021
June 06 2021
Rich Lowry

The Biden Revolution Sputters Before It Even Gets Started

It has finally dawned on President Joe Biden that he barely controls the House and the ...   READ MORE


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