Marking his 1-year in office, President Biden spoke about his legislative accomplishments | ABC News

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Marking his one-year in office, President Joe Biden spoke about his legislative accomplishments despite his approval rating hitting a new low.

Plus, the effort to secure the right to vote for millions of Americans has failed in the United States Senate.

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