The Associated Press reports:
In ways big and small, Biden will look to change the office he will soon inhabit. Incendiary tweets are out, wonky policy briefings are in. Biden, as much an institutionalist as Trump has been a disruptor, will look to change the tone and priorities of the office.
Trump’s trail of tweets has roiled the capital for four years. Across Washington, phones would buzz with alerts anytime the president used his most potent political weapon to attack Democrats and keep Republicans in line.
Biden’s tweets tend to be bland news releases and policy details with the occasional “Here’s the deal, folks” thrown in for good measure. Allied lawmakers are unlikely to have to pretend not to have seen the latest posting in order to avoid commenting on it.
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When Joe Biden takes the oath of office Wednesday outside a wounded U.S. Capitol, he will begin reshaping the tone and priorities of the office of the presidency itself. Incendiary tweets are out, policy briefings are in. https://t.co/1FsgOTky6X
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) January 16, 2021
“It really is about restoring some dignity to the office, about picking truth over lies, unity over division,” Biden said soon after he launched his campaign. https://t.co/OoMfO2T4Zh
— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) January 16, 2021
The Democrat framed his election as one to “heal the soul” of the nation and repair the presidency, restoring the White House image as a symbol of stability and credibility. https://t.co/p5HJmQi3yJ
— 10 Tampa Bay (@10TampaBay) January 16, 2021