Post-Trump Reforms Must Not Serve Partisan Interests

President-elect Joe Biden inherits a hostile Congress, a divided electorate, a raging pandemic and no clear mandate after a narrow victory over President Trump. Winners will gloat. Losers will pout. But soon the political class of this nation must choose between two paths: obstinance or reform.
The first approach is the traditional course of ruling Democrats and Republicans because the duopoly is invested in winning a zero-sum game. We’ve seen this movie before: A new president imagines a mandate where none exists; he rewards his base with hard partisan policies rejected by half the country;… Read More in Real Clear Politics