When Biden Bits was posted for Tuesday, President Biden had not tweeted. He ended up with a Tuesday Tweeting Total of 9 tweets and 0 retweets.
The YouTube is 31 minutes and 8 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.
President Biden: Today, I’m announcing that the Environmental — and I don’t think it’s much of an announcement; it’s already broken out pretty much the last 24 hours — but the Environmental Protection Agency is planning to issue an emergency waiver to allow E15 gasoline that uses more ethanol from homegrown crops to be sold across the United States this summer in order to increase fuel supply. (Applause.)
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has driven up gas prices and food prices all over the world. 70% of the increase in prices in March came from the Putin Price Hike.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 12, 2022
I’m doing everything I can to bring down prices and address the Putin Price Hike.
To help deal with this Putin Price Hike, I authorized the release of 1 million barrels per day for the next 6 months from our Strategic Petroleum Reserve — and over 30 countries agreed to release 60 million additional barrels.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 12, 2022
This is the largest collective release in history.
That helped stop a run up in oil prices and has begun to bring those prices down as a result of countries acting together to release reserves.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 12, 2022
And Americans should be seeing the savings.
President Biden: Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has driven up gas prices and food prices all over the world. The two-est [sic] largest grain producers in the world, China and — excuse me — Ukraine and Russia, are not going what they usually do, so everything is going up. We saw it in today’s inflation data: Seventy percent of the increase in prices in March came from Putin’s price hike in gasoline.
President Biden: To help deal with this Putin price hike, I’ve authorized the release of 1 million barrels per day for the next six months from our Strategic Petroleum Reserve. This is by far the largest release of our national reserve in history. It’s a wartime bridge to increase oil supply as we work with U.S produc- — oil producers to ramp up their production this year.
President Biden: And that helped stop the run-up of oil prices that have begun to bring prices down a little bit as a result of countries acting together to release these reserves. And Americans should be seeing the savings. And we’re not just learning and leaning on our reserves or our allies and partners to help bring down gas prices and to power the nation. We’re leaning on you, our farmers, our biofuel refiners.
President Biden: So we’re investing up to $1 billion of the American Rescue funds for new and expanded meat and poultry processing capacity throughout this country. (Applause.)
President Biden: We’re going to invest in innovative new products and processors, small businesses, independent businesses — the lifeblood of our economy. It’s going to give farmers and ranchers more options to shore up a weak point in our food supply chain and bring down prices for American families.
President Biden: We want to see facilities like this all over the Midwest, and here’s why: First, it supports farms. It supports farmers and the farm economy. You know, everybody thinks Delaware is a big industrial state, a banking state — and DuPont. We have a $4 billion industry — it’s called agriculture — in Delaware. And it’s mostly — we have more chickens in Delaware — broilers — chickens than you have in the entire Midwest, I think.
President Biden: We’re also investing in universal, affordable high-speed Internet. I was surprised at this number, I have to tell you: Sixteen percent of Iowa households don’t have an Internet sub- — subscription. In some places, there’s no high-speed Internet infrastructure at all. Zero in this state. And the [Infrastructure] law will make high-speed Internet affordable and available everywhere in Iowa.
I don’t have enough free gift articles remaining to share from the New York Times, so instead I’m going to post some of their tweets regarding the shooting that took place yesterday morning.
A man released a canister of smoke and opened fire on a subway train in Brooklyn during rush hour on Tuesday morning. At least 23 people were injured, including 10 by gunfire.— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2022
See how the shooting unfolded. https://t.co/tetnlIeEP6
The man, who was wearing a construction vest and had put on a gas mask, opened fire between the 59th Street and the 36th Street stations on the express N train in the Sunset Park neighborhood. https://t.co/XiFE4LXwZ2 pic.twitter.com/gMIKy4XG9X— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2022
At least one security camera at a nearby station that could have captured images of the suspect was not in operation, The Times learned from a senior law enforcement official briefed on the investigation. Passengers posted videos on social media. https://t.co/XiFE4LXwZ2 pic.twitter.com/6aeYyXhkti— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2022
Passengers rushed out of the smoke-filled train at 36th Street. Some exited the station there, and some ran into an R train on the other side of the platform. The R train brought passengers to the next stop at 25th Street. https://t.co/XiFE4LXwZ2 pic.twitter.com/57C0teE03v— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2022
Before the pandemic, about 13,000 subway riders passed through the 36th Street station on an average weekday, according to data from the MTA. As of Tuesday evening, police were still searching for the gunman.— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 13, 2022
See more of our story here. https://t.co/XiFE4LXwZ2
This morning the person of interest Frank James has been upgraded to “suspect” according to New York Mayor Eric Adams.
In the below clip James was still considered a “person of interest” when the spot aired.
For Wednesday, April 13th, 2022, President Biden has received his daily brief. There is nothing else listed on his public schedule.
President Biden has tweeted…
President Biden has tweeted 1 time so far for Wednesday.
This year; the deadline to file taxes is April 18th, 2022.
The daily press briefing is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. D.C., time.