The President of the United States accepted Nancy Pelosi’s invitation. He will deliver his first general policy speech before the symbolic date of 100 days in office approaches.
After months of suspense, Joe Biden was invited to deliver his first policy speech to Congress on April 28, the symbolic date of his 100-day tenure. A White House spokesperson said that the President of the United States accepted the invitation.
According to tradition, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi) invited him in a letter on Tuesday, April 13 “share it [sa] The vision of facing the challenges and opportunities of this historic moment”, When his government tried to get rid of this epidemic and improve the economic level of the world’s leading countries.
Traditionally, the President of the United States delivered this policy speech at a special meeting of the two houses of Congress during the first week of office.In the following years, their speeches in Congress were called “State of the Union Address”.
This time, the Covid-19 pandemic and the fatal attack on Capitol Hill on January 6 and the subsequent concerns about the safety of the seat of the US Congress have postponed this important political meeting.
“About 100 days ago, when you took the oath, you sweared with hope, “Help is coming“. Now, thanks to your historic governance that seeks profound changes, help has arrived”, Said in a letter from Joe Biden’s close ally Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi). During the pandemic, the Democrats did not specify which form to take. Such speeches are usually gathered in front of hundreds of lawmakers and guests in a semi-cycle.