When President Biden took office back in January the top domestic priority was the Covid-19 pandemic. And while that remains true today, the administration is in the midst of dealing with some other domestic crises, while trying to advance the president’s policy agenda. It’s a delicate balance made more difficult by a deeply divided Congress.
CGTN’s White House correspondent Nathan King reports.
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Joining the discussion:
- Adolfo Franco is an attorney and Republican strategist.
- Chris Hahn hosts “The Aggressive Progressive” podcast and the syndicated Chris Hahn radio program.
- Rafael Bernal covers politics for The Hill newspaper.
- Joseph Williams is the senior news editor at U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator under former President Trump, said in a CNN documentary clip that she thinks the US could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives lost to Covid-19 following the pandemic's first surge. https://t.co/cB08LLbIaw pic.twitter.com/cXqvnYWYa7
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) March 27, 2021
A 9-year-old migrant girl drowned while trying to cross the Rio Grande into Texas with her family. It was the first reported death of a child in new migration surge.
Story from The New York Times. https://t.co/wrhRHnp9Qx
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) March 27, 2021