Biden may have more problems from his own party to come up with a solution.
In a re-election targeted by spiteful ex-president Donald Trump, the Wyoming Republican now feels “freedom means freedom for everybody.”
Republicans, of course, oppose Biden’s move. They would rather appease oil and gas contributors and ignore wildlife and the environment
The president calls a counter-offer too little and too timid and says his plan is what America needs
But the willingness to take strong action to ban assault-style weapons is uneven at best, including opposition among Democrats
The twists and turns from mass shootings and political heat can ruin a disciplined agenda
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, of course, promises a “scorched earth” response from his party
As Republicans accept Biden as a true president-elect, they turn to ways to oppose his nominees and create havoc in a new administration.