McConnell Says Biden Broke His Promise to Unify the Country

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America via Wikimedia Commons

Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell accused President Biden of already breaking his campaign promise to work to unify the country on his 100-day mark in the White House. During a speech to the Senate floor, McConnell described Biden’s presidency thus far as a massive failure specifically noting Biden’s mishandling of the current border crisis.

The Hill reports:

“President Biden pledged he would be ‘A president for all Americans’ with plans to repair, restore and heal,” McConnell said on the Senate floor Wednesday morning, noting that Congress remains closely divided with a 50-50 Senate and a slim Democratic majority in the House.

“But the first hundred days have left much to be desired,” McConnell said. “Over a few short months, the Biden administration seems to have given up on selling actual unity in favor of catnip for their liberal base, covered with a hefty coat of false advertising.”

“Behind President Biden’s familiar face, it’s like the most radical Washington Democrats have been handed the keys, and they’re trying to speed as far left as they can possibly go before American voters ask for their car back,” he said.

“Democrats have decidedly avoided taking ownership of the results of their own campaign rhetoric on immigration. Reckless mixed messaging has come home to roost in the form of a humanitarian and security crisis on our southern border,” he said.

The GOP leader urged Biden to make a course correction before he delivers his first address to a joint session of a mostly empty Congress tonight.


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