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President Joe Biden responds to a shouted question as he departs with Vice President Kamala Harris after delivering an update on his administration’s coronavirus response at the White House, June 2, 2021. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) The president is looking less and less like a modern-day FDR.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A s all the bluster from President Biden’s first 100 days has receded into the background, so too are the vast declarations of him becoming a transformational president akin to FDR. The reality is that with his agenda flailing, he is looking like a placeholder president. And even he seems to recognize it.

“I hear all the folks on TV saying, ‘Why doesn’t Biden get this done?’” Biden said this week. “Well, because Biden only has a majority of effectively four votes in the House and a tie in the Senate, with two members of the Senate who vote more with my …

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