Joe Biden vows to unite America. That job has become dramatically difficult.

WASHINGTON – President-elect Joe Biden united the country among his most prominent priorities as a candidate. His work has become increasingly more difficult.

The deadly storm of the US Capitol by a global epidemic and crowds of supporters of President Trump over a deep cultural and racial divide has produced a toxic stew that threatens Mr Biden’s agenda at the beginning of his presidency.

Mr. Biden faces two dilemmas – one practical and one political. The first is how to quickly push through its legislative agenda, specifically to deal with the Kovid-19 and boost the US economy, at the same time the Senate listened to impeachment lawsuits against Mr. Trump Was accused.

Secondly, Mr. Biden should make fun of his campaign to become a bridge-builder for Republicans with the demands of many in his party, joining Mr. Trump in pursuing conflicting claims over Mr. Biden’s victory Punish the ones.

One of Mr. Biden’s, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), Said, “A president inciting a rebellion is unforgivable, unacceptable and I must support the writ of impeachment to be brought to the House.” Primary opponents last year, in an interview. “But if we get together in the next few weeks, months of impeachment, it will be a terrible disservice to the American people.”


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