No I haven’t forgotten Trump’s chaotic presidency. It is, however, irrelevant to Biden’s performance as president. He has been much a dramatically better president than Trump, but he botched the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Also, as I indicated in the piece, I was troubled by his interview with Stephanopoulos. He was, at times, close to incoherent.

In my view, it is legitimate to ask questions about the president. That does not mean that I don’t support him. I would like to see him have as successful a presidency as possible.

I appreciate you reading the article and commetning.

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John Dean

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Writer, blogger, lover of nature, music, photography, and Goldendoodles. Top writer in Government. Editor of Dean’s List.

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