Tonight's speech from President Biden is more than two months late. The WH is making no apologies--it was by design. Biden vowed to address Congress in Feb, but the pandemic got in the way and created an opportunity. “The pandemic gave us some running room,” an official tells me.
HAPPY MONDAY! Here’s your @cheddar headlines for April 19 - Markets dip lower at open - Two passengers sue @united over engine explosion in Feb - $FB, $TWTR, $Snap part of Biden vaccination eligibility campaign - @joinClubhouse closes new round of funding valuing the app at $4B
On @MSNBC tonight, I asked GOP Rep. Dan Crenshaw why he said on Fox, twice, that Biden has been telling migrants "we're not gonna deport you, " given 72% of migrants apprehended at the border in Feb were expelled straight away. Watch his, ahem, response:
So, on the @MehdiHasanShow , we wanted to compare and contrast Joe Biden's first National Prayer Breakfast remarks today, with Donald Trump's first NationaL Prayer Breakfast remarks back in Feb 2017. Remember the Arnie stuff? You're welcome 😉
Ron Klain, Joe Biden's new chief of staff, testifying before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on coronavirus response measures this past Feb 5, 2020(!!), just 2 weeks after the first confirmed US case and 9 months before the current WH chief of staff contracted the virus.