Is the Biden honeymoon over? For some, it never started.
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If you’re fully vaccinated, you might give President Biden an A-plus on his first 100 days. But how’s he doing on everything else?
A president’s first 100 days are considered a major milestone. Franklin D. Roosevelt came out with legislation that became part of his New Deal. Lyndon B. Johnson started a war on poverty. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and post-Donald Trump, what can we expect from the rest of Biden’s presidency?
This week, Jane Coaston talks to two progressives who have different takeaways: Anand Giridharadas, author of The.Ink newsletter and “Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World,” and Osita Nwanevu, writer at The New Republic.
Mentioned in this episode:
“Joe Biden Isn’t Close to Being a Historic President Yet,” by Osita Nwanevu in The New Republic.
“Welcome to the New Progressive Era,” by Anand Giridharadas in The Atlantic.
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