When President Biden Joe Biden READ: Home Democrats’ mammoth COVID-19 relief bill House panel reveals.9 T relief package Nunes suit against CNN tossed out MORE appeared at a town hall with CNN’s Anderson Cooper today, he stated that he was “tired of talking about Donald Trump Donald Trump UN report states Erik Prince breached arms embargo versus Libya: report Lee after Romney’s impeachment vote: There’s enough space in GOP ‘for both people’ Nunes suit against CNN thrown away MORE” not as soon as but two times.
” I do not want to discuss him any longer,” he informed Cooper at one point.
But a number of minutes later, he was discussing Trump again.
” You may remember in one of my debates with the former president, I asked him to condemn the Proud Boys and he would not do it,” Biden stated. “He stated ‘Wait, stand ready,’ or whatever the expression precisely was.”
A month into his presidency, Biden has had a difficult time shaking the ghost of Trump– even with the former president largely silenced by Twitter’s restriction on his tweets.
In the first couple of weeks of Biden’s presidency, Trump’s impeachment trial loomed big, garnering much of the news cycles and headlines.
The trial was just a week, but it was the dominant story as the Senate considered arguments to acquit or found guilty Trump.
Even after it ended, there was a focus on the future of the post-Trump GOP, especially as the former president traded blows with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell On The Money: What’s next for Neera Tanden’s nomination The elephant in the room: Trump’s sticking around power17 state attorney generals of the United States call for canceling K in trainee loan financial obligation MORE(R-Ky.).
Much of Biden’s agenda is likewise about rolling back Trump’s policies. On Friday, the U.S. formally rejoined the Paris environment accords that the U.S. exited under Trump. A day earlier, the Biden administration announced it was open to brand-new talks with Iran after Trump pulled the U.S. out of the nuclear offer spearheaded by former President Obama.
Democrats also rolled out a migration reform proposition backed by Biden today that is a 180- degree turn from the Trump years.
It all makes Trump difficult to leave even when his all-caps tweets aren’t making headlines on their own. And it possibly explains some