Biden’s first year in office: The ups and downs, what lies ahead

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A year since moving to the White House, the ups and downs of Joe Biden’s presidency – where did he stand tall and where did he fall short? What were the highlights of his first year in office? What lies ahead for Biden’s presidency this year?

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