There is at least one problem facing Joe Biden right now that could prohibit him from getting ANYTHING done in the next two years.
America's split government.
Biden couldn't get anything done when he had control of both chambers of Congress, so what possible chance does he have now that the House of Representatives is going to be holding him accountable?
The simple fact of the matter is that Biden simply doesn't have the type of strategies required to move forward his political ideas. That's because he is NEVER honest with the American people, so much so that some Democrats don't even trust him.
Take Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, for example. These two members of Congress were vilified by the left for not simply voting in line with Biden each and every time they cast a ballot.
If Biden refuses to take accountability when his own party calls him out, how is he ever supposed to make any progress with Republicans?
He's not going to, and honestly I don't feel as if he's planning to make progress anytime soon.
Joe Biden isn't a leader, he's a confused old man. If you thought he was doing nothing but spinning his tires for his first two years, wait until you see how little he gets done over the course of the next two years.
To answer the question of "What will a split government do to Joe Biden's agenda," you don't have to look far for an answer. Look at what a united government did to Biden's agenda, and realize the next 24 months are going to be even worse.
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