How Much Credit, Blame Does Biden Deserve For The State Of The Pandemic? : The NPR Politics Podcast Vaccination rates are trending up and deaths are trending down since President Biden took office—but another hundred thousand Americans have died since he was sworn in. Public health experts suggest it was probably too late to prevent them. Biden's nearly two trillion dollar relief bill is set to be voted on later this week.

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How Much Credit, Blame Does Biden Deserve For The State Of The Pandemic?

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How Much Credit, Blame Does Biden Deserve For The State Of The Pandemic?

How Much Credit, Blame Does Biden Deserve For The State Of The Pandemic?

How Much Credit, Blame Does Biden Deserve For The State Of The Pandemic?

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Vaccination rates are trending up and deaths are trending down under President Biden's leadership—but another hundred thousand Americans died since he was sworn in. Public health experts suggest it was probably too late to prevent them. Biden's nearly two trillion dollar relief bill is set to be voted on later this week.

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