President Joe Biden is running out of steam in trying to pass his extreme agenda and his momentum with the Democrats is being slowed, political strategist Dick Morris said Sunday.
Speaking on “The Cats Roundtable” radio show on WABC 770 AM hosted by John Catsimatidis, Morris said many Democrats are “feeling panicky.
“They want to pass bills while they have this temporary control over the process,” he added. “But a lot of them are feeling that they’re just killing themselves. And they’re unwilling to commit hara-kiri on spending programs.”
Morris, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, insisted that because Biden’s “programs are so extreme, and the margins are so narrow in Congress, any defections, any questions, any doubts really resonate in terms of stopping Biden’s agenda.”
Morris said Biden “is too weak to do anything to stop it,” insisting that this is “proof that we don’t need a president. … I think [Obama’s] people are dominating the Biden Administration and are pressing their will… But the Democrats in Congress are a lot less willing to charge the barricades. And that’s slowing up their agenda. It sapping their momentum.”
He added that Biden “made a huge mistake in pushing the infrastructure package ahead of the