Biden: ‘I Ran for President to Unite the Country’

‘This is all about fixing the problem’

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BIDEN: “We’re going to get a lot of them done, I might add. But this is something we did get done. And it’s of enormous consequence to the country. One of the reasons I put Mitch Landrieu in charge of implementing the infrastructure bill is because he gets it. He’s a former mayor who knows that the real measure of success is not partisan points. It’s did we fix the problem. Did we fix the problem? This is all about fixing the problem. I ran for president to unite the country. This bipartisan infrastructure law I signed a few months ago unites us around things we all depend on.”

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