Joe Biden started the summer with his presidency seeming doomed: he was unpopular, his legislative record derided as unaccomplished.
Now he’s suddenly on a winning streak.
An example came Tuesday at two separate events where, in one day, he signed two significant bills into enactment: an expansion of NATO, and funding for high-tech manufacturing. That’s in addition to the most notable gun legislation in decades, infrastructure funding, a veterans’ bill, and, perhaps, within days, the most consequential of all:
American lawmakers are close to adopting key planks of Biden’s agenda with an omnibus budget bill that includes drug-price controls and the largest federal
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