On Working With Congress, Biden Predicts Success Where Predecessors Failed

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WASHINGTON — When he takes office next month, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will confront a sharply divided Congress where many Republicans argued that his election was fraudulent.

But Mr. Biden expressed optimism on Wednesday that his decades-long brand of centrist deal making would empower him to move beyond the bitter partisanship of the past four years and advance his agenda.

“My leverage is, every senior Republican knows I’ve never once, ever, misled them,” Mr. Biden said during a telephone conversation with several columnists, including David Leonhardt of The New York Times. “I’ll never publicly embarrass them.”

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Submitted by Carlylayne on Fri, 01/15/2021 - 15:13

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AviG's picture
Well, he is a Republican in his nature, so he'll probably do well with them.