The president has kept a low profile amid two emotionally charged trials, but that’s left people on both sides of the political divide dissatisfied.

President Joe Biden has in every way attempted to be the anti-Donald Trump. | Alex Wong/Getty Images

KENOSHA — There are no Twitter rants. No threats of calling in tanks to break up violent protests. No warnings that ”when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

As two high-profile, emotionally charged trials — that of Kenosha, Wisc., shooter Kyle Rittenhouse and three men convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery — came to their dramatic conclusions in recent weeks, President Joe Biden has in every way attempted to be the anti-Donald Trump.

He has kept a low profile, working behind the scenes to keep the peace both on the streets of America — where there have been limited protests — and within the realm of his party.

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