President-elect Joe Biden ( Photo by Adam Schultz / Biden for President)

Today, Biden is expected to deliver remarks on the November jobs report.

Greetings from Wilmington, Del., where a steady rain has been falling and the temperature is 45 degrees F. 

The pool has been swept and tested for Covid-19. We are holding in a bus and waiting to join President-elect Joe Biden’s motorcade. We will be heading to The Queen theater, where Mr. Biden is expected to deliver remarks on the November jobs report at about 3 p.m. ET. The speech will be livestreamed at the usual transition and broadcast sites.


After the economic event, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will meet virtually with the National Association of Counties Board of Directors. There will be a photo spray for the pool. Here’s a link to the board’s membership list:

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