Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Joe Biden defends his government’s track record amid worsening approval ratings and a host of setbacks one year after his inauguration. Then, Democrats’ push for voting rights legislation faces stiff opposition in the evenly divided U.S. Senate. And, the secretary of state reassures Ukraine of U.S. support but warns Russia may launch an attack at any moment.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Biden acknowledges setbacks to U.S. agenda in rare presser
News Wrap: Justices Sotomayor, Gorsuch deny rift over masks
As voting rights loss looms, Dems to refocus on Biden bill
U.S. leaders disagree on sanctioning Russia over Ukraine
Has Biden delivered on climate promises?
Analyzing the University of Michigan sexual abuse settlement
Why are U.S. airlines concerned about 5G?
Remembering fashion icon André Leon Talley
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