President Biden's First 100 Days-May 4, 2021
From Karen Hayden
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The first 100 days of a new presidency is an historical standard established during President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s rush to meet the crisis of the Great Depression in 1933. The number of days is arbitrary and the standard subjective, but it has been used by presidents, politicians, the media and historians as an early indicator of leadership style and policy ever since. In 2021, what were the expectations? What were Biden’s early wins and misses, and what’s next? What's Biden's grade?
University of Denver Chancellor Jeremy Haefner, the Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research and the Center on American Politics in a presentation by political scientists and experts reviewed President Joe Biden’s First 100 Days in office and the implications for America’s future domestic and foreign policy.