It is cliché honored more by some (say, me) than others (say, certain congressional leaders).
We should all hope and pray for the great, unambiguous success of every new American president.
Joe Biden’s triumphs starting on January 20, 2021, should be fully embraced by all of us as the country’s triumphs.
It is a major part of the absence of “The Presumption of Grace” that everyone reading these words knows that some of the loudest and most influential voices on the national town square don’t really hope Joe Biden succeeds, just as, four years ago, plenty of the same kinds of voices lodged on the Blue side of the national town square manifestly wanted Donald Trump to fail.
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