This article has neutral bias with a bias score of 1.84 from our political bias detecting A.I.
Former Washington Journalist
Contributor on The Bipartisan Press
Hover to Expand
Joe Biden’s off to the strongest start of any American president in nearly a century.
That’s according to someone who ought to know: former vice president Al Gore, who served for eight years as No 2 under President Bill Clinton.
“Well, first of all, I am so proud of President Joe Biden. Really and truly, this is not a partisan comment, Don. Our country needs this kind of leadership,” Gore said in an on-air interview with CNN host Don Lemon. “I honestly think that he is off to a stronger start in the first 50-some odd days of any president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt. I really — I see it. And he’s offering healing words to the country, he’s trying to encourage people to get vaccinated.”
Biden last week signed into law the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package he helped shepherd through Congress and also addressed the American people on television in primetime, vowing to register all adult Americans for COVID-19 vaccination by May.
“That’s the answer to your question, he’s going out there and promoting the vaccination program and making sure that the economic rescue is fully implemented,” Gore added.
Content from The Bipartisan Press. All Rights Reserved.