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The President showed candor and good humor during a CNN forum, but also his tendency to send his own White House into emergency damage control
Joe Biden, showing candor and good humor, on Thursday reminded America why it picked him as President in a dark hour of crisis. But, at a CNN town hall in Baltimore, he also showed his tendency to send his own White House into emergency damage control as he flipped set-in-stone policy off the cuff, and offered gaping openings for his Republican foes.
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Democrat to his party: I'm not happy
CNN political commentator Bakari Sellers explains why he's not happy with the Democratic party right now.
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Biden says he's open to altering filibuster on voting rights
President Joe Biden on Thursday acknowledged in his strongest terms to date that filibuster reform will be necessary to pass key items like voting rights legislation and debt limit increases, but that doing so now would hamper his ability to pass his economic agenda.
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Analysis: 6 takeaways from Biden's town hall
President Joe Biden spent 90 minutes Thursday night answering questions from CNN's Anderson Cooper as well as a town hall audience on a wide variety of topics from the fate of his domestic agenda to supply chain issues and the timeline of vaccine distribution for kids.
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