[Ed. – The premise is correct, though the author misses the mark on the causes of Biden’s woes.]
President Joe Biden said Tuesday the nation’s vaccine push feels like a “constant uphill climb.” He could have said the same of his entire crisis-tossed presidency as it grinds past the six-month mark.
After taking office at a moment of darkness, with more than 3,000 Americans dying of Covid-19 every day and the country reeling from his predecessor’s assault on democracy, Biden faced the toughest initiation of any modern president.
It’s not going to get any easier. A reinvigorated pandemic, a politically fractured nation and uncertainty over the fate of his agenda at home and abroad has left senior officials well aware that the Biden administration faces defining days ahead and a racing political clock, CNN reported on Tuesday.
As crises have cascaded one-after-the-other, it has often felt like Biden faces a tipping point every week or month — only for the storms battering his White House to intensify.