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This afternoon, Biden spoke at a reception for the Democratic National Committee. “We’re up against some of the darkest forces we’ve ever seen in our history. These Maga Republicans are a different breed of cat. This is not your father’s Republican party. It’s a different deal,” said President Biden.
“We have a shot at keeping the Senate and increasing it and I’m optimistic about the House as well,” shared Biden.
“We’ve got a lot more to do: protect the climate, American jobs and ingenuity. We passed the biggest climate bill ever, ever in American history, almost $400 billion. It matters. It matters. It’s just beginning to take hold. We did everything from – anyway, I won’t get into everything we got done,” he laid out the case for the Democrats.
Biden said that the Democrats have “one more night to do everything we can to win, another probably 30 hours between the last poll close. So let’s go win this thing.”
No matter the outcome of the midterm elections tomorrow, Biden’s said that his party needs Americans in the path ahead.
“As my Grandpa Finnegan used to say when I walked out the door, ‘Joey, keep the faith.’ And my grandmother: ‘No, Joey, spread it.’ You’re spreading the faith. It really matters to our democracy and the rest of the world looking to us as well. Not just folks at home, the rest of the world, and you’re allowing us to do it.”
On Tuesday evening, about 120 Conservative MPs flocked into No 10 to watch the England v Wales game. Inside, the flags of England and Wales were displayed on either side of the giant TV. Snacks and drinks were served. MPs stood and joined in singing the national anthem before the game. MPs representing English and…Keep reading
Incoming House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, elected by acclamation, held his first press conference on Wednesday. He opened by calling Pelosi the “extraordinary speaker for the ages.” Jeffries, born in Brooklyn in a middle-class and working-class family is the first Black man to lead a major party in either chamber of Congress. He said that one…Keep reading
EST 9:00 AM President Biden receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:05 AM President Biden departs the White House en route the White House Tribal Nations Summit11:30 AM President Biden delivers remarks at the White House Tribal Nations Summit12:15 PM President Biden departs the White House Tribal Nations Summit en route the White House 12:20 PM President Biden arrives at the White House 5:30 PM The First…Keep reading
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EST 11:55 AM President Biden departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews 12:25 PM President Biden departs Joint Base Andrews en route Freeland, Michigan 2:05 PM President Biden arrives in Freeland, Michigan 2:35 PM President Biden tours the SK SiltronCSS facility …Keep reading
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EST 10:30 AM President Biden receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 1:30 PM President Biden hosts a congratulatory visit with 2022 Nobel Prize Winners from the United States Briefing Schedule 2:30 PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John KirbyKeep reading