President Joe Biden will deliver his first primetime National Address on Thursday, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Chinese virus’s arrival in the United States, the address will focus on COVID. Despite the fact that COVID has consumed almost all of the world’s attention over the past year, Biden believes we should devote more time and energy to it.
“On Thursday, the president will give his first primetime address to mark the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown,” Psaki said at a press conference.
“He will speak about the many sacrifices made by the American people over the last year, as well as the grave losses endured by communities and families around the country,” she said.
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Given his inability to get through some kind of speech without making an awkward gaffe or stumbling, Biden’s address to the nation should be fascinating to say the least.
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