Biden Bits: Countless Others Across the Country

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It’s Wednesday.

For Wednesday, November 17th, 2021, President Biden received his daily brief. It’s victory lap day 2 to celebrate the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. Today’s stop is Detroit, Michigan, where the President will tour General Motors’ Factory ZERO electric vehicle assembly plant. He will offer remarks on how the newly passed spending package will create a future made in America and builds electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

President Biden has tweeted 2 times & retweeted 1 so far for Wednesday; His first Wednesday tweet will be shared down thread.

President Biden has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether or not oil and gas companies are engaging in “anti-consumer behavior”.

He says there is mounting evidence of this behavior, writing; “prices at the pump have continued to rise, even as refined fuel costs go down and industry profits go up. Usually, prices at the pump correspond to movements in the prices of unfinished gasoline, which is the main ingredient in the gas people buy at the gas station.

He added; But in the last month, the price of unfinished gasoline is down more than 5 percent while gas prices at the pump are up 3 percent in that same period.

He concludes the letter by saying; I do not accept hard-working Americans paying more for gas because of anti-competitive or otherwise potentially illegal conduct. I therefore ask that the Commission further examine what is happening with oil and gas markets, and that you bring all of the Commission’s tools to bear if you uncover any wrongdoing.

When Biden Bits was published for Tuesday, President Biden had 3 tweets. He added 5 tweets giving him a Tuesday Tweeting Total of 8 tweets and 0 retweets.

On Monday President Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Infrastructure bill. The YouTube is 59 minutes and 56 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.

President Biden: This law makes this the most significant investment in roads and bridges in the past 70 years. It makes the most significant investment in passenger rail in the past 50 years and in public transit ever. So, what — what that means is you’re going to be safer, and you’re going to get there faster, and we’re going to have a whole hell of a lot pollution — less pollution in the air.

President Biden: Look folks, for too long, we’ve talked about having the best economy in the world. We’ve talked about asserting American leadership around the world with the best and the safest roads, railroads, ports, airports. Here in Washington, we’ve heard countless speeches and promises and white papers from experts. But today, we’re finally getting this done. (Applause.) So my message to the American people is this: America is moving again, and your life is going to change for the better.

WEDNESDAYS 1ST TWEET…

President Biden: And the world has changed, and we have to be ready. My fellow Americans, today, I want you to know: We hear you, and we see you. (Applause.) The bill I’m about to sign into law is proof that despite the cynics, Democrats and Republicans can come together and deliver results. (Applause.)

President Biden: This law is a blue-collar blueprint to rebuild America. It leaves no one behind. And it makes — it marks an inflection point that we face as a nation.

President Biden: Look folks, for too long, we’ve talked about having the best economy in the world. We’ve talked about asserting American leadership around the world with the best and the safest roads, railroads, ports, airports. Here in Washington, we’ve heard countless speeches and promises and white papers from experts. But today, we’re finally getting this done. (Applause.) So my message to the American people is this: America is moving again, and your life is going to change for the better.

President Biden: Let’s remember this day. Let’s remember we can come together. And most of all, let’s remember what we got done for the American people when we do come together.

WEDNESDAYS 2ND TWEET…

President Biden: Folks, this bipartisan law, for the first time ever, creates a true national network of charging stations for electric vehicles — over 500,000 of them — (applause) — so you can charge your car here and drive all the way to California not worrying about having to find places to charge, creating thousands of jobs — thousands.

On Tuesday day 1 of the victory lap celebration tour, President Biden visited Woodstock, New Hampshire.

The YouTube is 23 minutes and 26 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.

President Biden: My message to the people of New Hampshire is simple.  It’s this: Because of this delegation, New Hampshire and America are moving again.  Your life is going to change for the better, and that’s literal.  For example, the Pemi Bridge here you just — I just walked across — opened in 1939 — twenty- — excuse me, 82 years ago.  This may not seem like a big bridge, but it saves lives and solves problems.

He issued one tweet regarding the supply chain on Tuesday…

Alright, so, the above tweet sent by CNBC & NBC news’ Carl Quintanilla, is a snap shot of a Bloomberg article published on Tuesday written by Michael Sasso…

Sasso quoted Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka via a press briefing held yesterday. The YouTube is 48 minutes long. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg also attended the media briefing.


Deputy Press Secretary Chris Meagher will hold an Air Force One Press Gaggle at 1:30 p.m. D.C., time.

President Biden’s remarks are scheduled for 4:30 p.m. D.C., time.

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