When new American presidents take office they often enjoy a period that’s referred to as “a honey moon”, that usually lasts at least through the first few months of a presidential term. but there’s little chance that Joe Biden will enjoy such a honey moon as he takes office later today. Biden will assume power following a contentious election in which 74 million Americans didn’t vote for him, with some of those who didn’t still questioning whether the election was stolen from Donald Trump. Trump didn’t enjoy a honey moon of any kind when he assumed office 4 years ago either, and the opposition to him never eased from Democrats, some in the media and some of the most powerful within his own Republican’s party. Joe Biden has promised to be a president for all of the people, but he like most of the rest of the men who’ve served us as president in the past, is likely first to be most concerned about the wishes of the constituencies which helped him to become our 46th president. That’s the way I see it.