What Joe Biden Just Revealed About Donald Trump

Rodiano Bonacci
Febbraio 18, 2021

"I'm reviewing the case of covid in America through the lens of being the vice president of America".

Mr. Biden offered a frank description of what it's like to live at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. during his CNN town hall on February 16 night, referencing past Presidents who have spoken of the building as "a little like a gilded cage". "Don't be scared. You're going to be fine, and we're going to make sure mommy's fine, too", Biden said during the CNN town hall on Tuesday.

"They're as cold as the devil up there".

"I said opening the majority of schools in K through 8th grade because they are the easiest to open, the most needed to be open in terms of the impact on children and families having to stay home", he said. "The goal would be 5 days a week". It was one of six states where former President Trump falsely insisted for months that election results were tainted by fraud and Democratic cheating.

Earlier in the interview, Harris pitched Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, which is pending in Congress, saying it would be helpful, among other things, to reopening schools safely.

Joe Biden elbow bumps an immunologist
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But while polling shows the stimulus proposal is overwhelmingly popular among voters, Republicans on Capitol Hill have voiced near-unanimous opposition to appropriating another major round of COVID-19 relief.

The nonprofit will be run by a group of Democratic strategists who formerly worked on or are close to the Biden campaign, the official said, including: Stephanie Cutter, the 2012 Obama deputy campaign manager who produced the 2020 Democratic National Convention; Addisu Demissie, who ran Democratic New Jersey Sen. Biden said that he believes the DOJ is independent from the presidency and works for the American people, not for him. "You can go online and every single state has a slightly different mechanism where they say who's qualified, where you can get vaccinated and so on".

Vice President Harris declined to weigh in Wednesday on whether Trump should be criminally prosecuted in connection to the January 6 violent attack on the Capitol, claiming she has been too focused on addressing the pandemic to come to a conclusion.

Biden, however, has long said he won't meddle in the Justice Department's business, and that matters of prosecution will be left entirely up to Merrick Garland, his attorney general nominee, whose Senate confirmation hearing is set to start next week.

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