Biden relies on comments made by NH Governor Sununu to slap Republicans for blocking his agenda

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Susan Walsh

President Biden spoke at a White House news conference Wednesday. Susan Walsh

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President Biden on Wednesday criticized Republican senators for blocking his legislative agenda by invoking comments from New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu when he announced he would not run for Senate in part because of what he described as the body’s inability to adopt legislation.

Biden, speaking at a news conference to mark his first year as president, quoted comments made by the Republican governor in November 2021 when he announced he would not run for the Senate and would seek re-election instead.

In response to a question from a reporter as to whether he promised what he could achieve in his first year in office, Biden said he “did not promise” and argued that his administration has made “enormous progress.” But Biden said he has not been able to “get my Republican friends involved in the game of making things better in this country.”

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