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Joe Manchin Criticizes President Biden’s shift to the Left

In an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable,” Senator Joe Manchin expressed his concerns about President Joe Biden’s perceived shift to the extreme left since taking office. According to Manchin, Biden’s current direction is not what he expected and does not align with his vision of bringing the country together.

Manchin believes that Washington’s leaders intentionally sow division in the United States, as it benefits their own interests. He stated, “Washington wants you and I to be divided, and the rest of America to be divided because it’s a better business model for them.” This realization has led Manchin to conclude that he cannot change things from within and instead plans to mobilize the “radical middle.”

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Earlier this week, Manchin revealed that he does not intend to seek reelection to the Senate when his term expires. However, he remains open to the possibility of running as a third-party candidate for president in 2024, emphasizing his willingness to do whatever he can to help save the country.

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Manchin’s comments reflect his long-standing frustrations with Congress. In 2018, he contemplated leaving politics altogether, describing Congress as a place that “sucks.” However, he ultimately decided to stay and continue his efforts to bring people together.

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Overall, Manchin’s remarks highlight his concerns about President Biden’s perceived shift to the Left and his determination to find alternative ways to unite the country.

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