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Biden and Utah's governor call for less bitterness and more bipartisanship in the nation's politics

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and Utah Gov. Spencer Cox disagree on many issues but they were united Saturday in calling for less bitterness in politics and more bipartisanship. “Politics has gotten too personally bitter," said Biden, who has practiced politics since he was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1972. “It's just not like it was.” The Democratic president commented while delivering a toast to the nation's governors and their spouses at a black-tie White House dinner in their honor. Biden said what makes him “feel good” about hosting the governors is "we have a ...

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Letter: My thoughts about present dilemmas and possible solutions

Biden's age and abilities: the White House physician (or other qualified doctor) can test for dementia and dispel rumors. My mother had dementia 20-plus years ago; the test was simple. As a Registered Nurse that worked in hospitals, I checked acuity every time I worked. Trump's verbal acumen: ...

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