Joe Biden’s deputy campaign chief said on Sunday the president-elect had implemented a “progressive and positive agenda” in the race for the presidency and would follow the commitments. The result is now that he has earned.
Kate Bedingfield was asked by Chuck Todd of NBC News about the remarks made by Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that candidates running on progressive issues would abandon them after winning.
“I think Vice President Biden has been campaigning on an extremely progressive and positive agenda. Take a look at his climate plan, for example. You know, it’s the boldest biggest climate plan ever launched by a presidential candidate and now a president-elect, ”Bedingfield said on“ Meet the Press. ”
“He̵7;s going to make good on those promises,” she said.
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“It’s a perfect example of the great effort he will make to reach this moment and to face the crises we face,” says Bedingfield.
Ocasio-Cortez, who won the easy re-election last Tuesday, was asked in a New York Times interview published Saturday what she would expect of Biden’s upcoming administration as they embrace the party’s progressive wings.
“I don’t know how open they will be. And it’s not personal, ”she said. “It’s just that, the party’s history tends to be that we are really excited about the basis of being elected. And then those communities were quickly abandoned after an election. “
Meanwhile, Rep. Cedric Richmond, co-chair of Biden’s campaign, said on Sunday that the former vice president toppling Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania – states that favor Trump in 2016 – will increase strengthened his power when negotiating with Republicans in parliament.
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“I think Vice President Biden will be a different kind of president,” Richmond (D-La.) Said on CBS News’s “Face the Nation”. “I think he’ll be able to bring together House members from Republicans, Senate Republicans, in law.”
“But then again, you have to look at his numbers. He won against Arizona, he beat Georgia, ”Richmond added. “That would give him some rapport and some leverage when dealing with the Senate.”