Biden will struggle to steer US agenda in 2022: Analysts | Joe Biden News

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Washington, DC – US President Joe Biden’s first year in office was a rollercoaster, marked by legislative victories and major political setbacks – and with midterm elections set for November, next year promises to be even tougher.

When Biden was inaugurated this past January, outgoing President Donald Trump’s supporters were still angling to overturn election results, the US Capitol was cordoned off by troops, the COVID-19 pandemic was raging, and the US economy was in shambles.

Today, Biden’s approval ratings are low and his signature policy proposals bogged down, as Republicans appear set to retake control of Congress.

“Under the circumstances, Biden’s done phenomenally well, getting what he did get done,” James Thurber, a professor of government at American University in Washington, DC, who is writing a book on Biden’s first year in office, told Al…

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