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Brian Kilmeade said Washington, D.C.’s political parties are “showing signs of coming together” despite President Biden in Saturday’s opening monologue of “One Nation.”
BRIAN KILMEADE: When you look under the hood and examine the mechanics behind compromise, it’s actually taking place. D.C. is showing signs of coming together, but not because of President Biden — you know, the uniter-in-chief? It is in spite of President Biden.
There’s scenes like this outside of a conservative Supreme Court justice’s home. In fact, multiple homes. They’re threatening their neighborhoods and their families. You see this? In the blink of an eye, the Senate, in a 100-0 vote, unanimously approved a bill to increase Secret Service and overall security for all the Supreme Court justices while they make some controversial decisions.
But when the Biden administration was asked to comment about the would-be assassination attempt on Justice Kavanaugh, their comments sounded much like this: Nothing.
One week later, the House would join the Senate and the Supreme Court justices would have their protection. But we only got crickets from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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