Joe Biden mocked for being the 'not-Trump President' without 'much of an agenda'

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Joe Biden mocked for being the 'not-Trump President' without 'much of an agenda'

Political expert and former Tony Blair speechwriter Phillip Collins argued Joe Biden is unlikely to achieve much as US President. While speaking to

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Political expert and former Tony Blair speechwriter Phillip Collins argued Joe Biden is unlikely to achieve much as US President. While speaking to LBC with Nick Ferrari, Mr Collins insisted President Biden will be remembered as the “not-Trump” President rather than for any future achievements. He noted President Biden may improve the US’ standing on the world stage and slight improvements to the economy but little else in his first term.

Mr Collins said: “Joe Biden has got the Houses with him, just about, so he has got a chance.

“But I am not certain he has got much of an agenda.

“Essentially, Joe Biden is the ‘not-Trump’ President.

“People who found Donald Trump an affront to the American Republic constitution, that is actually quite a lot.

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“Ultimately, I think Joe Biden will go down in history for being the ‘not-Trump’ President and that is quite a big thing.

“Whether he can do anything more than that, I am not sure.

“He will bring the US back into the fold of international relations a little, in a conventional way and he might make a little bit of progress on the economy.

“But I am not sure, like most Presidents, he will really have the power that he thinks he has because he is so hampered domestically.”

“He was deeply worried about the threat to the Good Friday Agreement because he is very strongly an Irish Catholic.

“But Joe Biden is not a man that bears grudges.

“I think the scope for getting this relationship right early on is definitely there if we welcome it and we are serious.

“We will get it right if the United Kingdom is able to show to the incoming President what we have got to bring to the table that makes a difference to Joe Biden’s own agenda.”



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