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Pelosi invites Biden to address joint session of Congress

Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday invited President Biden to speak at a joint session of Congress.

Ms. Pelosi, a Democrat from California, said Letter Addressed to the White House that the invitation would allow Mr. Biden to talk about “the challenges and opportunities of this historic moment”. This address will be determined on April 28.

The President traditionally addresses a joint session of Congress, not an official state of the Union, in his inauguration year. The White House did not immediately respond publicly to Ms. Pelosi’s request.

Mr. Biden took office on January 20 and resolved to unite a divided America and begin to recover the social and economic catastrophe resulting from the spread of coronoviruses.

After signing a $ 1.9 trillion stimulus package last month, it is now trying to build support for its $ 2 trillion infrastructure plan, which aims to address everything from roads to high-speed Internet networks addressing climate change The US economy has to be boosted by the creation of. And racial disparities.