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President Joe Biden: Year in review

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2021 proved to be a complicated year for President Joe Biden. While Democrats praised the passing of his infrastructure bill, much of the public's attention focused on the chaos of the Afghanistan withdrawal and continued uncertainty around COVID-19. Experts offer their insights on Biden's year in the White House. 

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