President Biden Tweets for Monday’s Open Thread

Pardon Our Mess. Photo by Marty Mankins.

It’s Monday aka Memorial Day.

For Monday aka Memorial Day, May 31st, 2021, President Biden will have received his daily brief, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider and will have offered his remarks on Memorial Day.

When Friday’s Open Thread was published he had tweeted 8 times, he added 5 tweets giving him a Friday Tweeting Total 13 tweets and 0 retweets.

On Saturday he tweeted 3 times and retweeted 0 times.

On Sunday he tweeted 2 times and retweeted 0 times.

Friday.

He shared a video montage of his visit with President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea.

The visit took place on May 21st, 2021, the White House published their joint-remarks before their bilateral meeting, their remarks at a joint-press conference, and a fact-sheet on the U.S., and Republic of Korea partnership.

He tweeted out a link to FY 2022 budget.

The link provides more links.

FY 2022 President’s Budget which is a 72 page PDF.
Fact Sheet: The President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 which is a 6 page PDF.
The past budgets link sends us to govinfo.gov., which provides past budget info dating back to 1996.

I have not had the chance to read the 72 page PDF, but the gist of the budget includes the American Jobs Plan, the American Families Plan, spending.

ABC News reported that the total price tag for the President’s budget is $6 trillion which includes the cost of both the American Jobs Plan and the American Families Plan. It also includes his proposal to raise the corporate tax to 28 percent and capital gains tax on the “wealthiest” Americans to 39.6 percent.

He shares a video from remarks he gave at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

The stream is 35 minutes and 4 seconds long. First Lady Dr. Jill Biden also offered remarks. President Biden begins speaking at the 9 minute and 55 second mark. The White House posted his full remarks. The timestamp says he spoke from 2:06 p.m., until 2:29 p.m. D.C., time.

He spends time in his speech speaking about his son Beau Biden who passed away on May 30th, 2015 of brain cancer.

He shares part of his speech in his next tweet.

President Biden (19:16): You do so much and you ask for so little.  You know, our experience is a fraction of what so many of you and your families have gone through — a family like Brittney and her kids.  You’re the absolute best America has to offer: our heart, our honor, your solid steel spine. So my message to all of you is quite simply: Thank you.  Thank you.  Not “thank you for your service” — just thank you for who you are, because it’s contagious.  Thank you for choosing a selfless service to your country.

He shares a video clip from his YouTube town hall with Brave Wilderness, Jackie Aina, and Manny Mua, YouTube influencers to talk about the importance of getting vaccinated.

The next video clip he shares is from remarks he gave regarding the economy.

President Biden (10:27): Before I took office, the average initial claims for unemployment insurance were over 830,000.  This morning, we learned that number has fallen below 460,000 — cut in half the — and we’re at the lowest level we’ve seen since March 2020 when the pandemic first struck. Before I took office, almost 24 million Americans were going hungry.  Marcy has heard me say this before: Did you ever think you’d see people lined up for miles and miles and miles,  going into a stadium to get someone to put a box of food in their trunk?  People who never ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever thought they’d need that kind of help. Well, that number of hungry Americans — food-starved Americans — has dropped by 30 percent.  Still too many, but there’s clear progress. Before I took office, independent experts were projecting that our economy would grow at 3 to 4 percent in the year 2021.  But they’re now projecting that growth will be 6 percent or higher in 2021 — the fastest growth in this country in 40 years. 

Saturday.

For his first tweet he shares a video of Vice President Harris speaking with Midshipman Barber.

The video is two minutes and forty seconds long. I will not be posting a transcript. It’s Monday, my husband is off work, and I’m running behind. Surprise. 🙂

He next shares a video snip from his visit on Thursday to Cuyahoga Community College, located in Ohio.

The video snip is 42 seconds long.

During his trip to Ohio, he stopped by Honey Hunt and got ice cream.

The girl featured in the photo, is a Honey Hunt employee.

Sunday.

Sunday was May 30th, 2021, and marked the 6th anniversary of President Biden’s son death.

The video is 27 minutes and 49 seconds long. President Biden begins his remarks at the 15 minute and 31 second mark. His full remarks can be found here.

He shares in his second and last tweet for Sunday a video clip from his first Medal of Honor ceremony.

The clip is 12 seconds long.

President Biden: This is the first Medal of Honor I’ve had the privilege–I’ve been at Medal of Honor ceremonies, but the first one I’ve had the privilege to present. And it’s couldn’t be to a better man.
Army Colonel Ralph Puckett: You’re very kind, Mr. President.
President Biden: I’m not being kind, I’m being straight-up.

For more information on Army Colonel Ralph Puckett @ the White House.gov.

President Biden has tweeted 2 times so far for Monday.

He shares a live-feed to the wreath laying ceremony and his remarks.

He says we “have a sacred obligation,” to “honor the memory of those we lost.”


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