Biden’s first 100 days in office: A reckoning | The Bottom Line

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As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden made all sorts of campaign promises in the run-up to the 2020 US election.

Some, like the $1.9 trillion stimulus package and the accelerated COVID-19 vaccination programme, have come to pass. Others, like police reform, gun control, and the federal minimum wage, are unchanged. On immigration, the Biden White House has adopted a softer tone, but nothing to remove the complications enforced by Donald Trump.

Host Steve Clemons speaks with pundits Liz Mair, a former spokesperson for the Republican National Committee, and Josh Marshall, the founder and editor of Talking Points Memo, to gauge the performance of the new administration.

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