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Four Takeaways from President Biden’s State of the Union Address

His speech was heavy on appeals to the middle

President Biden delivered his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, after a year marked by continued struggles with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, declining electoral fortunes for him and his fellow Democrats and, now, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Some takeaways:

1. Seizing on the bipartisanship of Ukraine
One of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s greatest tricks has been uniting Republicans and Democrats behind one broadly shared goal: opposing him. And at the start of Tuesday’s speech, Biden grabbed that opportunity to rally the parties behind their common cause.

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