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Biden Campaigns in Georgia on Eve of Senate Runoffs
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. campaigned in Atlanta on Monday on behalf of the two Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, for Georgia’s Senate runoff election on Tuesday.
I’ve said it before, getting America vaccinated will be one of the most difficult operational challenges this nation has ever faced, but we’ve known it for the last months. This administration has gotten off to a God awful start. The president spends more time whining and complaining than doing something about the problem. I don’t know why he still wants the job, he doesn’t want to do the work. As our opposition friends are finding out, all power flows from the people, from the people. That’s our history. That’s our law. That’s our tradition. That’s our Constitution. That’s our democracy. Politicians cannot assert, take or seize power. Power is given, granted by the American people alone. I know this campaign, this campaign has been exhausting. You put the hard work in over the last few years to get to this moment. It’s been intense. It’s been non-stop. But I’m asking you to give everything you’ve got one more day, one more day. And that one more day, this is not hyperbole, you can change America.
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