President Biden's first 100 days in office have been a historic success, argues Lauren Gambino of The Guardian. The $1.9 trillion COVID relief package stands out as a great example of his visionary policymaking. It shows he has strong vision to help America back on its feet after the turmoil of the pandemic by addressing the healthcare and economic needs of those hit hardest. His vaccination campaign has been a roaring success, administering up to 3 million shots a day. Biden also has big plans for US infrastructure with renewable and clean energy that will benefit all Americans. He understands the issues plaguing his country and is taking the right steps to solve them.
President Joe Biden is mishandling several policy issues so far, asserts Michael Goodwin of The New York Post. His management of the border crisis has been terrible, getting the approval of only 29% of Americans. Biden is bowing to left-wing pressure, endorsing progressive ideals that aren't rooted in fact, such as accusing Georgia of having Jim Crow-like laws or funneling money to liberal causes in his COVID relief package. The president is eager to rejoin the Iran Nuclear Deal that is far too lenient and beneficial for that country, while doing little for America. He has shown great weakness with China and Russia, as well. Biden's first 100 days in office have been full of failures.