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How Kyrsten Sinema defended filibuster – and bipartisanship

For his detractors (who are currently most of the leaders of the Democratic Party), Sinema will seem pious, even naive, in his poetic speech to hope for a bipartisan system. President Biden campaigned on a rapidly eroding message of unity. He enacted a bipartisan infrastructure bill, but he also recently changed his mind about the filibuster and forcefully said this week that it should be removed for the right to vote, while comparing opponents of this narrow change to segregationists.


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