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Washington Post columnist Perry Bacon Jr. argued Wednesday that President Biden’s policies that have been enacted so far were “fairly limited” and that he isn’t the next Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
“Biden’s policies are notable but still fairly limited. He and his allies’ suggestions during the campaign and early last year that Biden could transform the nation as much as President Franklin D. Roosevelt did aren’t close to panning out so far,” Bacon wrote.
The columnist looked back at some actions enacted by the Biden administration, including the American Rescue Plan, the infrastructure package and more.
He said the American Rescue plan was “not a clear-cut success” because while it helped job growth, it had also contributed to inflation. He said the child tax credit portion of the legislation was “great policy” but it was not renewed.
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He said Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan was “poorly executed,” but a “laudable decision.”
“Biden and his allies seem to think passing any bipartisan bill is a huge success. But bipartisan legislation on smaller-scale legislation [sic] happened even under presidents like Barack Obama and Donald Trump, who were hated…
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