Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., criticized President Joe Biden for several executive orders signed on the new administration’s first day.
McConnell said the president was wrong in revoking a key permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement, and removing a general counsel appointed to the National Labor Relations Board by former President Donald Trump, per Fox News.
“On the Biden administration’s very first day, it took several big steps in the wrong direction,” McConnell said Thursday from the Senate floor.
“If and when our Democratic friends depart from common sense, when they retreat from common ground, when their proposals would harm the common good,” McConnell said, “then we’ll use the power the American people have given us to push for what is right.”
“The president can and should refocus his administration on creating good-paying American jobs, not sacrificing our people’s livelihoods to liberal symbolism,” McConnell said.
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