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What critics of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan get wrong

tWithin hours of President Joe Biden's announcement that US forces will leave Afghanistan by September 11, 2021, objections and remonstrations appeared across US media. These protests are nearly all disingenuous, false and specious, and meant to utilize fear to continue a tragic and purposeless war.

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'Doesn't add a single penny': Fact-checking Biden's deficit claims

In the past, Republicans have typically fought the Democrats over concerns spending proposals would expand the deficit and the continually growing national debt. Having weathered those critiques during the Obama years, President Joe Biden's proposals to revitalize the US economy seem designed to circumvent that line of attack, as he claims they won't increase the deficit.

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On jobs, McConnell just doesn't get it. Biden does.

The April jobs report, released Friday and with slower-than-expected employment-growth gains, reminds us that America's jobs future still hangs in the balance. President Joe Biden's American Jobs Plan, a first step to address this issue, calls for building infrastructure to modernize the economy -- paid for with higher taxes on companies and the rich. Yet, Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is pledging "100% of his focus on stopping this new administration," rejecting any new taxes on the wealthy.

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Jamie Dimon calls Biden's tax hike plan 'a little crazy'

Several top business leaders have backed President Joe Biden's plan to raise taxes on large corporations and the wealthy and spend more on infrastructure. But JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon wants to see more details.

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Analysis: Biden is as liberal as promised

Poll of the week: A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that 48% of Americans say President Joe Biden's views on most issues are just about right, while 40% say his views are too liberal and 7% say too conservative.

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Ted Cruz nods off during Biden's speech

Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Mitt Romney appeared to fall asleep during President Joe Biden's speech to a joint session of Congress. CNN's Jeanne Moos has more.

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Biden's Covid case for big government

The pandemic occupied a major part of US President Joe Biden's first address to Congress on Wednesday, as he made a sweeping case for big government that would transform and vastly expand its role in Americans' lives. 

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Traditional US allies who spent the past four years unable to establish stable relations with the White House now wonder if they can take Biden at his word

The first 100 days of an American presidency is as much about setting a tone as it is about getting things done. In President Joe Biden's case, his message to the world has been loud and clear: Donald Trump's "America First" isolationism is over. "America is back. Diplomacy is back," Biden proclaimed in his first foreign policy speech in February.

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