Juan Williams: Time for boldness from Biden

Source: The Hill - View Original Article
Published: Jun 29, 2020
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56% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

44% Positive Sentiment + Policies: Border Wall = 44% Liberal
56% Negative Sentiment + Policies: Border Wall = 56% Conservative


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95% "To my mind, she'd be a great vice president."
93% "He will play the lowest racial politics -- last week retweeting fights between white and black people."
88% "Before you name your pick for vice president, you should name three cabinet secretaries and your first Supreme Court nominee."
87% "And this was before Trump's former National Security Adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonNavarro: Bolton set himself up as 'White House warlord' Trump retweets, then deletes video that includes protester shouting 'white power' Sunday shows - Coronavirus resurgence dominates MORE kicked off his book tour by slamming Trump's handling of foreign policy, saying: I don't think he has the competence to carry out the job."
80% "The left will love this pick."
79% "MORE are voting for you."
67% "Her sharp intellect also makes her a favorite in any debate against Vice President Pence."
65% "The 'blue wall' is reforming in the Rust Belt MORE in 2004."
59% "To this day, Republicans point to Benghazi to libel Rice even though she -- and the Obama administration -- was cleared of any wrongdoing by 10 separate investigations, many done by Republicans in Congress."
58% "This is no time to lay back, Joe. Trump can't be counted out."
-51% "She took herself out of the running for VP recently."
-60% "Now, here comes the risk."
-63% "We have a choice, Rice recently told HBO's Bill MaherWilliam (Bill) MaherMaher presses Bolton for not backing Biden: How could he 'be worse' than Trump?"
-70% "He has a ton of money."
-82% "Name Rice as your Secretary of State with the caveat that she, like Warren and Harris, is a contender to be your running mate -- even if doing so sets off red lights and screams in the Trump media echo chamber."

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95% : To my mind, she'd be a great vice president.
93% : Rice also shines a light on a major Trump weakness -- America's diminished strength on the world stage.
93% : He will play the lowest racial politics -- last week retweeting fights between white and black people.
92% : Dear Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden's record-setting tax increases will take your money -- and your job Cable networks pooling convention coverage to reduce number of employees Biden on Trump sharing video of protester shouting 'white power': He 'has picked a side' MORE -- You are doing great.
92% : The only problem with Warren is that she is an excellent choice for vice president.
92% : Rice is uniquely well-positioned to highlight Trump's failures in handling North Korea, China and Russia.
88% : Before you name your pick for vice president, you should name three cabinet secretaries and your first Supreme Court nominee.
87% : First, name Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth
87% : The risk comes with creating new targets for Trump to belittle with schoolyard nicknames.
87% : And this was before Trump's former National Security Adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonNavarro: Bolton set himself up as 'White House warlord' Trump retweets, then deletes video that includes protester shouting 'white power' Sunday shows - Coronavirus resurgence dominates MORE kicked off his book tour by slamming Trump's handling of foreign policy, saying: "I don't think he has the competence to carry out the job.
83% : it's time to invest in health, in education, in housing and...
80% : The left will love this pick.
79% : MORE are voting for you.
78% : He still has the power of the White House.
77% : The announcements will tell everyone you are fired up, ready to govern.
76% : Carly Fiorina and Colin PowellColin Luther PowellTrump's tough talk on China sparks fears of geopolitical crisis Looking forward to pro sports after COVID blackout The Fed and the Pottery Barn Doctrine
76% : is your first pick for the Supreme Court.
75% : Juan Williams is an author, and a political analyst for Fox News Channel.
74% : Naming a few cabinet members now will shine a light on his poor cabinet choices -- further revealing the damage done by the big fumble of 2016.
73% : And she has already been battle-tested.
73% : Her selection also signals that you are hiring people who have expertise and speak the truth as compared to the incompetent loyalists around Trump.
72% : The truth was more complicated, but also exonerating of Rice.
71% : Rice provides you with a fierce tag-team partner for Trump's bare-knuckle political wrestling.
67% : Her sharp intellect also makes her a favorite in any debate against Vice President Pence.
65% : If the Democrat won, she added, Americans would have a president who "understands that...
65% : The 'blue wall' is reforming in the Rust Belt MORE in 2004.
64% : Rice fits the role.
63% : Gridlock mires chances of police reform deal The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Dems, GOP dig in on police reform ahead of House vote MORE (D-Calif.)
63% : It is no coincidence that only three incumbents have lost in the last 50 years.
59% : To this day, Republicans point to Benghazi to libel Rice even though she -- and the Obama administration -- was cleared of any wrongdoing by 10 separate investigations, many done by Republicans in Congress.
58% : This is no time to lay back, Joe. Trump can't be counted out.
57% : That choice, she said, was between Trump remaining in office and Biden winning.
56% : It will energize the voters you need to turn out in big numbers, especially Black Americans, suburban women and Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersEconomist says US lacks leadership needed to successfully emerge from economic crisis Biden and BLM must set aside differences, focus on beating Trump Overnight Defense: Appeals court rules using Pentagon funding for border wall illegal | Esper visits NATO after Trump announces Germany drawdown | Russian intel unit reportedly offered bounties for killing coalition troops in Afghanistan MORE' (I-Vt.)
55% : You are up in the polls.
55% : John Edwards did it for John KerryJohn Forbes KerryThe Memo: Trump's 2020 path gets steeper Primaries renew fears about Democratic unity in presidential race
53% : WarrenSenate Democrats push federal agencies to combat coronavirus scams and robocalls On The Money: Next COVID-19 bill depends on June jobs report | Treasury sent nearly .4B in stimulus payments to dead people | Fed bans stock buybacks, caps dividend payments for big banks after stress tests Warren presses Powell on Fed's role in fighting racial wealth gap MORE (D-Mass.)
53% : And finally, tell the world that Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - As virus concerns grow, can it get worse for Trump?
51% : There is no such complication with Klobuchar.
49% : as your Treasury Secretary. Second, name Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharSenate Democrats push federal agencies to combat coronavirus scams and robocalls FEC commissioner resigns, leaving agency without a quorum again The Hill's Coronavirus Report: San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Artistic Director Tim Seelig says choirs are dangerous; Pence says, 'We have saved lives' MORE (D-Minn.)
49% : She took herself out of the running for VP recently.
48% : Putting Warren in your cabinet signals you are already taking action on income inequality -- looking to address the urgent needs of students with college debt, financially squeezed middle-class workers and small businesses.
48% : Running mates are traditionally the "attack dogs" that allow the presidential nominee to keep clean while they handle the day-to-day combat. Spiro Agnew famously played that role for Richard Nixon in 1968.
46% : fans on the party's left.
46% : For years, Republican talk radio hosts vilified her over her response to the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in 2012.
45% : And since there is no vacancy on the Supreme Court at the moment, naming Harris as your future choice for the high court will not rule her out as a pick for vice president either.
44% : The CIA director at the time of the attacks, David Petraeus, later told Congress that the agency knew a terrorist group was involved in the attack -- but that this classified information had been intentionally omitted from an unclassified memo given to Rice to prepare for TV interviews.
43% : This strategy has high risk and high reward.
42% : Naming a hardworking Midwesterner with stellar credentials to fix the odor of corruption coming from President TrumpDonald John TrumpIntelligence suggests Russian bounties led to deaths of several US troops in Afghanistan: report Obama called Philonise Floyd before brother's memorial service: NYT President Trump tries to cover his tracks by attacking the rule of law MORE's Justice Department will remind everyone what is at stake.
41% : Money is starting to come in.
40% : Now, here comes the risk.
37% : "We have a choice," Rice recently told HBO's Bill MaherWilliam (Bill) MaherMaher presses Bolton for not backing Biden: How could he 'be worse' than Trump?
36% : But this move will not take her out of the running.
36% : It couldn't be more stark.
35% : So, here's my advice:
34% : They accused her of "lying" for saying the attack grew out of a spontaneous demonstration, prompted by an American anti-Muslim video.
33% : But you're after the big reward.
33% : Sarah Palin tried her best for John McCainJohn Sidney McCainDemocrats lead in three battleground Senate races: poll Republican Scott Taylor wins Virginia primary, to face Elaine Luria in rematch Congress should reinstate tax certificate program to foster media ownership diversity MORE in the final weeks of the 2008 campaign.
30% : Now is the time for Fourth of July political fireworks to fight any complacency among your voters.
30% : He has a ton of money.
29% : in so many of the underlying conditions which have exacerbated the systemic racism in this country...I would urge those that are questioning how they might vote in this context to be very mindful of what the choice is.
29% : A Gallup poll released earlier this month found 58 percent of Americans disapproving of Trump's handling of foreign affairs.
28% : Bill Maher: Black people must demand whites 'stop culturally appropriating how mad they are about racism' Bill Maher tees off on 'f---ing stupid' 'defund the police' message MORE.
26% : You're even breaking through with some GOP figures --
26% : as your Attorney General. Third, name Susan Rice as your Secretary of State.
22% : She has no problem saying the Trump administration is "racist to its core.
18% : Name Rice as your Secretary of State with the caveat that she, like Warren and Harris, is a contender to be your running mate -- even if doing so sets off red lights and screams in the Trump media echo chamber.

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