Biden presidency “weakened” by the progressive wing of the Democratic Party: David Ignatius of the Washington Post


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Washington Post columnist David Ignatius joined “The Brian Kilmeade ShowThursday to discuss Vladimir Putin’s ‘real recklessness’, China’s potential isolation, and how the Biden presidency has been unsettled by far-left policies.

DAVID IGNATIUS: “Hope you’re not dreaming “- you said it right. That’s kind of exactly the way I see it. I was hoping Joe Biden was elected as a centrist – that’s the way he campaigned, certainly in the Democratic Party. He was the most centrist of them. He has a reputation for having good relations across the aisle with Republicans in the Senate. I think he did. “He was pulled to the left by the progressive wing of the Democratic Party more than he should have been. I think that is weakening his presidency. I hope he realizes that. And you know, it’s like being who the country elects.

But, you know, I think the right space – a winning space for the country – is that wide middle space where most of the people are. Most people aren’t on extreme wings, they just aren’t. You know it, I know it. Somehow we have to have leadership that reflects this. And once we have some really good leaders talking to the whole country, a lot of our problems are just going to be alleviated.

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