After we stop dancing in the streets!
Reality is…… Joe Biden has a tough act to follow that few if any of the other guys have had to deal with….
Donald J. Trump….
Is gonna have to tackle the virus fall out that Trump ignored….
Biden is then gonna have to get the nation’s economy going….
He and his Vice President and cabinet will try to claw back TONS of Trump miscues, while putting the government back together…
And he’s gonna have to deal with a
Congress shat imply CANNOT handle too many things at once….
And PLEASE understand Biden is NOT gonna do a Lot of what he’s promised…
President’s HAVE been told to slow things down going to Congress in the past…That’s even if their party has a majority in both parties….
Oh, and Who KNOW”s what Donald Trump will do after AP and the networks announce he’s lost?
There are 10 weeks between Election Day and the change in administrations ….
Joe Biden wants to address health care disparities, toughen gun control, overhaul policing, provide free community college, erase student loan debt, invest in green energy and improve the nation’s infrastructure.
But that’s just the start. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee has also proposed measures to help Americans buy their first homes, raise the federal minimum wage and boost taxes on the wealthy and corporations. That’s to say nothing of his massive plans tied to the coronavirus.
The reams of proposals reflect Biden’s belief that the nation faces immense challenges that require a far-reaching government response not seen since the New Deal. It marks a contrast with President Donald Trump, who has struggled to articulate his second-term plans and has sometimes said the coronavirus will simply go away. But such ambition may inevitably lead to disappointment.
At a time of unprecedented gridlock, even some fellow Democrats warn Biden’s lengthy to-do list faces long odds in Congress….
Obama came into office with a significant House and Senate majority, and Democrats still underwent months of legislative wrangling — sometimes among themselves — to hammer out a health care bill that would clear the Senate.
“It’s so hard to get an agreement on something that big and broad, because of all the little things in it and all the little ways that minority can attack every little piece,” Stewart said. “Between Obamacare and the stimulus, by July of Obama’s first year, he went from walking on water to completely upside-down.”
Biden representatives already have held preliminary discussions with top House and Senate Democrats about what to prioritize, according to campaign and congressional aides.
While any transition of power can be jarring — particularly between two presidents of opposite parties — the shift from President Trump to Biden would be among the most head-snapping in American history. There is still a long campaign to run, with scaled-back party conventions next month and three debates expected in the fall, but Biden more and more lately has talked about, strategized over and begun planning for what he would do on Day 1, according to his aides and a review of his public statements…