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President Joe Biden, on his way to Wisconsin for the CNN town hall, was asked about Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell’s recent comments that Republicans should unify in opposition to the president and his $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill.
Biden said, “It may unify Republicans, but it’ll hurt America badly.”
Before boarding Marine One, Biden was asked about McConnell’s comments to @WSJ that opposing his administration’s priorities, such as $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, will “help unify” Republicans.
“It may unify Republicans, but it’ll hurt America badly,” Biden said.
The son of a conservative activist has been charged with multiple federal offenses in a Capitol riot case, HuffPost reports: