Joe Manchin is reportedly furious at Ron Klain after the White House called him out for opposing Biden’s spending plan

Sen. Joe Manchin reportedly remains displeased with the White House’s handling of his opposition to President Joe Biden’s social-spending and climate plan, The Washington Post reported. Manchin blames Ron Klain, the White House chief of staff, for the struggles between Washington’s two Joes.

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Corruption at Chicago Unified School District

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the Chicago Teachers Union has repeated the moniker they are all about the safety of its members but especially the safety of the children they instruct, but is this true or is this just a mere fallacy?

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Bernie Sanders Applauds Arizona Democrats’ Censure of Kyrsten Sinema: ‘Exactly Right’

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wholeheartedly agreed on Sunday with the Arizona Democratic Party’s decision to censure centrist Sen. Kyrsten Sinema after the Arizona lawmaker voted against weakening the filibuster in order to pass voting rights legislation.

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‘It’s a tough time’: why is Biden one of the most unpopular US presidents?

Joe Biden ends his first year in office at a particularly bleak moment for a US president who promised competency and normalcy.

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Biden’s legislative agenda going nowhere 1 year into presidency

President Biden, who ran on his deep relationships in Senate and ability to build bridges, will cap off his first year in office with his legislative agenda at a standstill – unable to get his Democratic Party fully united and facing steep opposition from Republicans.

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Biden calls for changing Senate rules to allow voting bills to pass

President Biden on Tuesday gave his full-throated endorsement for changing Senate rules to allow federal voting rights legislation to pass via a simple majority instead of a 60-vote threshold.

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