As the Biden administration marks six months in 20202, President Biden will be focusing on an economic push and communicating economic accomplishments for the whole month of June.
According to a White House official, the White House will be focusing on the “path forward” and on the “contrast with a Congressional Republican agenda led by Senator Scott that would raise taxes on Americans making less than $100,000 and sunsetting every five years key retirement benefits like Social Security and Medicare.”
Talking about the economy and how the Biden administration can put more money in the pockets of working families will be the key message being driven by the White House all month.
In addition, the White House will continue to communicate its efforts on combatting gun violence.
On Friday, the President will deliver remarks on the May jobs report.
Key economic voices will carry that message throughout the week on TV, including 20 hits today, with Sec. Yellen, Sec. Raimondo, Dep. Sec. Adeyemo, NEC Director Deese, CEA Chair Rouse, Gene Sperling, Jared Bernstein, Heather Boushey, and Mitch Landrieu all out over the week.