Joe Biden will likely face opposition not only from the Republican party but also from members within his own Democrat party should he secure the presidency, an analyst told Al Jazeera.
“It will be a struggle for Biden to find partners in the Republican party and to pacify members of his own party who are going to want to continue to battle with Republicans in a confrontational way,” Joseph Ura, political science professor at Texas A & M University in Doha said.
“I think Biden is going to have a very difficult task, but he campaigned on the issue of bringing the country together and governing in a new style and doing his best to find common ground. I think if he makes that a priority, he’ll most likely be able to reset the country on a more positive footing.”
– ECB’s De Guindos says seems very likely Biden will win US election
European Central Bank Vice President Luis de Guindos told Spain’s Antena 3 TV it was very likely that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would win the US election.
De Guindos said he expected the next administration to work with Europe like in the past.
“It is fundamental the US economy do well and maintains its leadership in multilateral institutions and keeps its cooperation with Europe,” de Guindos said. “We are open to this cooperation.”