President Joe Biden plans to use the bully pulpit to push for voting rights, a Democratic priority. Also, former president Donald Trump speaks today at CPAC in Dallas.
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Joining me now is NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hello.
TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: Good morning.
GARCIA-NAVARRO: More than a year into this crisis with more than 600,000 Americans dead – I mean, it hurts to even say that number. The federal government’s response is still subject to the pressures of partisan politics. I mean, what’s your assessment of how the Biden administration is handling this next phase of the pandemic? I mean, we just heard Vivek Murthy there talking about, you know, some of the limitations.
KEITH: Yeah. And as we just heard, he described a strategy that they’ve been describing for about two months now, which is this idea of just making vaccines available in as…