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Biden's lucky first 100 days: leaning on lessons learned

Setting US 'policy for the middle class' poses bigger challenges going forward

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the Labor Department's March jobs report from the White House State Dining Room on April 2.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- President Joe Biden marks his 100th day in office on April 30, ending what historically represents a "honeymoon period" for new U.S. leaders during which opposition lawmakers and the news media avoid heavy criticism of the administration.

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