While the media (Sadly me also) features something about Trump almost everyday?
President Biden seems busy and focused with other things….
Except for two days of throw downs against the guy he beat for his job….
Biden has been silent on guy who tried to bend the rules to keep an American Presidency….
A lot of people are worried about the Trump supporters actions around the country and Biden is going to Georgia with Vice President Harris to talk about Voting Rights and Voter Registration …
But the President is a busy man trying to run a country of 300 Million +…..
Something Donald Trump wouldn’t have any idea of…..
He’s just about himself, eh?…..
Crying about being something he hates…..
But in the past year, Trump has gone from twice-impeached pariah to self-styled president-in-exile, his grip on the GOP stronger now than when he left office. Trump has mounted an aggressive campaign to oust from his party the few Republicans willing to condemn him. And he has amassed a war chest with the aim of retaking the White House in 2024.
It is a paradox for the president: Biden is often at his best when he takes on Trump, yet talking about the former president also serves to elevate him in the national conversation.
There could well be a rematch in 2024. Biden, who has said he intends to seek another term, told ABC last month that he’s even more likely to run again if Trump is on the GOP ticket.
But there’s a simultaneous effort afoot to change how elections are run, and that could portend a very different dynamic in a contested election next time.
Republicans in numerous states are promoting efforts to influence future elections by installing sympathetic leaders in local election posts and they’re backing for elective office some of those who participated in the insurrection. Democrats, for their part, are pushing voting changes that would seek to undo those GOP efforts and enshrine in law other longtime Democratic priorities.
The violence on Jan. 6 was only a small piece of the overall effort by pro-Trump allies to subvert the election. More than 50 lawsuits were filed in battleground states alleging some type of election fraud, a push that failed after judges named to the bench by many different presidents — including Trump himself -— rejected the claims. The Justice Department launched an effort to investigate instances of widespread voter fraud, only to have former Attorney General William Barr tell The Associated Press there was none. And Trump allies made unfounded accusations about voting machines used in many states, including false claimsthat some were made by a company with ties to Venezuela, among other wild allegations now the subject of defamation litigation.
Despite his insistent speech Thursday, Biden and other administration officials do not generally publicly dwell on the conspiracy theories around the election, in part because it gives fuel to the fire. And it’s widely expected that, despite Biden’s pledge to help push voting rights legislation to completion, he’s not going to look back at the events of 2020 much more. His belief is that he’s more likely to win over Trump supporters by governing, and doing it well, than by constantly re-litigating his presidential win.
As he left the Capitol on Thursday, Biden stopped to explain why he had decided to so forcefully criticize Trump after shying away from it for so long. “The way you have to heal is you have to recognize the extent of the wound.”
“You’ve got to face it,” he added.
“That’s what great nations do.
They face the truth.
Deal with it.
And move on.”…..