US is unbowed, unbroken: US President Joe Biden at State of Union handle2 min read
US President Joe Biden is at the moment delivering the 2023 State of the Union handle. His handle comes at a time of battle at house and overseas, predominantly the conflict in Ukraine and the rising tensions with China.
New Delhi ,UPDATED: Feb 8, 2023 08:10 IST
President Joe Biden delivered his first State of the Union handle to a joint session of Congress on the Capitol in 2022 in Washington. (File picture/AP)
By India Today Web Desk: President Joe Biden is utilizing his State of the Union handle on Tuesday evening to name on Republicans to work with him to “finish the job” of rebuilding the financial system and uniting the nation as he seeks to beat pessimism within the nation and navigate political divisions in Washington.
The president commenced his handle by hailing the nation’s progress towards the coronavirus pandemic. He stated, “The US has emerged stronger from the pandemic. Two years ago, Covid shut down our businesses, closed our schools, and robbed us of so much. Today, Covid no longer controls our lives.”
“Two years ago, our democracy faced its greatest threat since the Civil War. Today, though bruised, our democracy remains unbowed and unbroken,” Joe Biden stated.
His handle comes at a time of battle at house and overseas, predominantly the conflict in Ukraine and the rising tensions with China.
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In his second State of the Union handle, Biden stated, “As I stand here tonight, we have created a record 12 million new jobs. More jobs were created in two years than any president has ever created in four years.”
He stated, “My economic plan is about investing in places and people that have been forgotten. Amid the economic upheaval of the past four decades, too many people have been left behind or treated like they’re invisible.”
“That’s why we’re building an economy where no one is left behind. Jobs are coming back, pride is coming back because of the choices we made in the last two years. This is a blue-collar blueprint to rebuild America and make a real difference in your lives,” the US President stated.
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Feb 8, 2023