Biden calls on Republicans to stop attacking those who support his policies “for the good of America”.

US President Joe Biden has called on Republicans to put aside “retaliatory measures” against members of the formation who supported the government-sponsored infrastructure bill passed in the House of Representatives last week.

The president, who has called for an end to these attacks, has indicated that “this must stop for the good of the United States” and regrets that he has never seen a parliament do this before.

His words come after some Republican MPs, according to information from CNN, put on the table the possibility of excluding those from the party who supported democratic politics. Former President Donald Trump also attacked the 13 Republicans involved and questioned their loyalty to the Republican Party for giving Biden a victory when “he got into trouble in the elections”.

Biden calls on Republicans to stop attacking those who support his policies “for the good of America”.
Biden calls on Republicans to stop attacking those who support his policies “for the good of America”.

“I hope we can go back to a place where there is more politeness in politics,” Biden said during an interview with the chairman of the Democratic Party National Committee, Jaime Harrison. “I’m serious. I had never seen this before,” he said.

With that in mind, he stressed that this “must stop for the good of the United States”. “I know I get in trouble when I talk about bipartisan issues (…) but it’s important because if we don’t reach consensus, the United States is at risk,” he said.

Biden, who thanked all MPs who allowed the package of measures to be approved, insisted that what happened was “not right”. “We’ll change it anyway,” he said.

“For the past four years the president said he would solve the infrastructure problems, but he didn’t, so I had to keep doing this work,” he said before stressing the need to “remember what brought “. the Democrats in the White House. “

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