Joe Biden Optimistic To Try To Lift Americans With State Of The Union Speech
Joe Biden the President showed an optimistic view for the upcoming election in 2024. Tuesday to showcase his efforts to rebuild the US economy and set the stage for the 80-year-old’s bid for re-election in 2024.
Mr. President Biden is thinking they can celebrate his wins for better management in the Covid pandemic, the Western backlash against Russia’s Ukraine invasion, the end of a 20-year losing Afghan war, and heightened US political tensions, etc.
On Monday Joe Biden said – “I want to talk to the American people and give them an overview of the situation — what’s going on, what I want to work on,”
Biden will address the entire Congress on Capitol Hill. Many senior government members and a large audience will be available, with the President excited about a strong recovery in the economy after the pandemic. And they are also happy with the lowest unemployment rate. Let me remind you that America is celebrating the lowest unemployment in the last 50 years.
Karine Jean-Pierre the Press Secretary of the White House said that “This is a President who is incredibly optimistic”.
But shaky ties with the communist superpower are hanging over the Biden administration after a US Air Force fighter jet shot down a giant Chinese balloon in dramatic fashion on Saturday.
There are problems near home, many polls show that more than half of voters do not want Biden again as President.
At Camp David US president Joe Biden, huddled with top advisers and speechwriters to craft the speech.
Jean-Pierre said that they are writing for weeks and running until the last minute.
Even though Biden has not yet formally announced his 2024 candidacy, SOTU — followed by two very campaign-like trips to Wisconsin and Florida on Wednesday and Thursday — is expected to give him a big push.
Under pressure from the dissent, Jean-Pierre acknowledged that many voters remain concerned about economic insecurity.
“It’s an incredibly complicated time,” she said. The State of the Union would be a “pivotal moment”.