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US News "An embarrassing setback": the American press pin the difficulties of biden to the Congress

23:23  14 january  2022
23:23  14 january  2022 Source:   lexpress.fr

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The American press wonders about the tenant's ability of the White House to continue his reforms, while still and always facing the divisions of his own camp.

Joe Biden à Las Vegas, le 8 janvier 2022, lors des funérailles d'un ancien sénateur © AFP.com/saul Loeb Joe Biden in Las Vegas, on January 8, 2022, during the funeral of a former senator

Times are hard for Joe Biden, and it is not the American press who will say the opposite . "His campaign to move new voting rights to the Congress appeared almost dead Thursday, after he became clear that he had not managed to unite his own party behind his desire to revise the rules of the Senate To promulgate his law despite the Republican opposition, "says the New York Times .

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in question: the opposition of senators Democrats Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema to the parliamentary ploy imagined by the White House, to vote His great electoral reform. What to question the future of the text in a high room where the biden party has only a tiny majority. "An embarrassing setback for Joe Biden", concludes the New York daily.

"Biden has developed a large part of its political capital"

especially that the US President has invested a lot in favor of this reform to protect access to the urns of minorities and ensure electoral transparency, facing A multitude of reforms committed by Conservative States to restrict the right to vote. To do this, the text intended to harmonize practices and give the federal state a right of gaze on local initiatives.

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"Since the beginning of the year, Joe Biden has bet a large part of his political capital on the right to vote, what councilors consider as a critical issue for his democratic basis, despite doubts about his prospects", points. The Wall Street Journal . The meeting of Joe Biden Thursday with the Democrats of the Senate was considered a final personal attempt to try to overcome recalcitrants. "

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sauce again. , the tenant of the White House faces the divisions of his camp. "President Biden, for the second time in two months, Thursday, saw his ambitions being limited by a senator of his own party, thus reducing the influence and the power of the White House, while raising questions about the achievements that his party can bring this year before the mid-term elections ", observes The Hill .

These must be held next November and are historically unfavorable to the president in place. "So, what is the next step? What other losses can this administration undergo? ", Questions for its part USA Today , for whom the answer to this question could be decisive at the dawn of the upcoming vote.

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" Continue the fight to protect the Voting rights "

on his side, the Washington Post questions the old vice-president to cure American fractures." The biggest question for biden is whether there is still room For bipartism and conciliation, note the daily life in an editorial. Political divisions worsened over the past year and the Republicans, led by McConnell, repulsed almost all its openings. He had greater ambitions, on social and political revitalization. But with so fragile Democrat Majorities in the House and the Senate, Biden will now have trouble adopting significant legislation. "

" I hope we will get there but I'm not sure, "he himself admitted Joe Biden Thursday regarding his ability to vote his reform. "If we first fail, we can try a second time," he continued. It's in any case what he enjoys doing the Los. Angeles Times , in a very explicit editorial: "Continue the fight to protect the voting rights." "President Biden and Schumer have promised to continue to fight to protect voting rights, adds the Californian daily. They must do it as long as there is a chance to save our democracy. "

United States: A Republican leader creates controversy after his remarks on African American vote .
© Jim Watson AFP / ARCHIVOS The Leader of Republicans in the Senate Mitch McConnell.

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