The Trump presidency may finally be over, but the damage it did will persist and echo—even as President Biden takes rapid action to repair some of his predecessor’s environmental damage.
Could this severely dim their prospects of ever moving forward?
Hours after his inauguration, Biden signed a total of 17 executive orders, memorandums and proclamations.
Activists prepared for months, expecting Trump to steal the election. They were right, and he failed.
Allowing them and their followers to distance themselves from what happened would be the kind of strategic blunder we too often see from the centrist wing of the Democratic Party.
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