Biden Addresses Congress After First 100 Days

Joe Biden gives his first address to U.S. Congress. John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report. 

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"President Joe Biden is giving his first address to Congress on Wednesday, and will lay out his agenda for pandemic recovery and economic development. In his speech, he’s expected to tout the administration’s successful effort to vaccinate 200 million people in its first 100 days, comment on legislation to curtail police violence, and push his massive infrastructure proposal.

Biden’s address will take place Wednesday, April 28, at 9 pm ET. It will be broadcast live on major networks such as PBS, CNN, Fox, and NBC, on C-SPAN, and streamed on the White House’s official YouTube page.

Biden’s speech is not a State of the Union address, however. Those happen every January. Biden, like every other president in the first year of their first term, will give what is known as an address before a joint session of Congress."

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