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President Biden 1st Address to Joint Session of Congress
April 28, 2021 - Wednesday 9:00PM ET
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Joe Biden Speech on Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal
President Biden officially set a date where all US troops will withdrawal Afghanistan by, putting a firm end date to America's longest ever armed conflict. After twenty years of conflict in Afghanistan, the President announced that all troops will be out of Afghanistan by September 11, 2021, which is also the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. President Biden said "we cannot continue the cycle of extending or expanding our military presence in Afghanistan hoping to create the ideal conditions for our withdrawal, expecting a different result" before firmly stating he "will not pass this responsibility to a fifth [President]."
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Joe Biden Speech on Gun Control Executive Orders
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President Biden moved up his goal of having all U.S. adults being eligible to receive a vaccine from May 1 to April 19, 2021 during a speech at the White House. The President addressed the nation after visiting a vaccination center in Virginia earlier in the day. He also touted the fact that the US is the first county to administer over 150 million shots, with the total as of his speech at 165 million given. Another point of pride for the President was the fact that over 75% of people 65 and older have received a shot and more than 55% of them are fully vaccinated.
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Joe Biden Victory Speech | 2020 Presidential Election
President-elect Joe Biden delivered his victory speech four days after a closely contested Presidential election against Donald Trump. Mr. Biden spent much of his speech calling for unity, saying he will strive to be "a president who seeks not to divide but unify,” and encouraging the American people to stop looking at political opponents as enemies, promising to "work as hard for those who didn’t vote for me as for those who did.” Biden closed with quoting “On Eagle’s Wings,” a hymn he and his deceased son Beau loved before a thanking the American people for giving him the opportunity to serve them.
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Joe Biden Speech on Riots and Civil Unrest in America
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Joe Biden New Hampshire State House Rally
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Joe Biden Speech Calling For Donald Trump's Impeachment
Joe Biden officially called for President Donald Trump's impeachment for the first time, saying that Trump "is shooting holes in our Constitution and we cannot allow him to get away with it.” Biden, unlike many of his Democratic competitors in the 2020 Primary, had long refused to comment on calling for Trump to be removed from office, but decided that the time has come for Trump to be removed due to the widening Ukraine scandal where he used he pressured that country's President to investigate Joe Biden in exchange for the release of desperately needed military aid.
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