“A lot of us expected a much more conservative administration.”
She said his willingness to show flexibility in negotiations has been “very impressive” and led to the passage of “progressive legislation.”
“It’s been good so far,” the congresswoman said.
But the lefty firebrand said Biden’s handling of infrastructure legislation will be a “key” test on whether the president will continue to be bold or the American Rescue Plan turns out to be a “one and done situation and we’re going smaller.”
She also revealed at the town hall meeting that she will not be able to attend Biden’s first state of the union address due to COVID-19 restrictions limiting the president’s audience to 200 people.
This story first appeared in the New York Post.