When Biden Bits was posted for Tuesday, President Biden had tweeted 1 time and retweeted 1 time. He added 6 tweeting giving him a Tuesday Tweeting Total of 7 tweets and 1 retweet.
The YouTube is 27 minutes and 9 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.
This is one of those tweets that the text appears in the remarks, but not in the same order…
President Biden: Look, every American and every child should be able to turn on a faucet, drink clean water, which will also create thousands of good-paying jobs for plumbers, pipefitters, and the folks digging those channels.
President Biden: We’re also going to start to replace the 100 percent — all 100 percent of lead water pipes and service lines going into our homes and our schools. (Applause.)
Similar text to remarks tweet…
President Biden: It also has been a problem for decades. But with an $18 million investment from the Army Corps of Engineers and the help of Maggie and Chris, the port — and union labor — we widened that turning basin to 1,200 feet. We got it done. (Applause.) Now it’s easier, faster, and cheaper, and safer for ships to get in and out. And the port can welcome larger ships with more cargo, like the massive towers and hubs needed to — for offshore wind farms.
His Other Tuesday Tweets…
The White House posted the following readout:
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. hosted a videoconference today with Allies and partners to discuss international support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression, including the ongoing provision of security, economic, and humanitarian assistance. The leaders affirmed their solidarity with the Ukrainian people and condemned the humanitarian suffering caused by Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion. They also discussed their coordinated efforts to impose severe economic costs to hold Russia accountable. They committed to continued close consultation, including working with and through the G7, EU, and NATO.
Joining President Biden on the call were Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, European Commission President von der Leyen, European Council President Michel, President Macron of France, Chancellor Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Draghi of Italy, Prime Minister Kishida of Japan, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg, President Duda of Poland, President Iohannis of Romania, and Prime Minister Johnson of the United Kingdom.White House.gov.
My google search says:
In personal news:
My parents and brothers, are now fully vaccinated. The parents because their doctor made them. The brothers cause they want jobs–their jobs require travel to Canada; that meant vaccinate or no work for them.
I don’t care about the reasons, I’m just thankful they are vaccinated.
For Wednesday, April 20th, 2022, President Biden has received his daily brief. Late this afternoon President Biden will meet with the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Combatant Commanders. This evening the President and First Lady will host a dinner for the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Combatant Commanders and their spouses.
There will be a pool spray at the top of his meeting with the Secretary of Defense and others.
President Biden has tweeted 5 times for Wednesday.
I know that families are still struggling with higher prices. I grew up in a family where if the price of gas went up, we felt it.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 20, 2022
Let’s be absolutely clear about why prices are high right now: COVID and Vladimir Putin.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has driven up gas prices and food prices all over the world. We saw that in the most recent inflation data. Last month, about 70% of the increase in inflation was a consequence of Putin’s price hike because of the impact on gas and other energy prices.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 20, 2022
I’m doing everything I can to bring down prices and address the Putin Price Hike.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 20, 2022
That’s why I authorized the release of one million barrels a day as we work with U.S. oil producers to ramp up production — and coordinated this release with partners and allies around the world.
Beyond gas prices, I’ve called on Congress to move immediately to lower the cost of families’ utility bills, prescription drugs, and more — while lowering the deficit to reduce inflationary pressure.— President Biden (@POTUS) April 20, 2022
That would make a big difference for families.
The above tweeted text comes from the remarks he gave yesterday that are posted above.
President Biden: Look, we’ve made a lot of progress, and we have an incredible opportunity ahead of us. But we know what families are still struggling with higher prices. I grew up in a family where the price of gasoline went up at the pump, it was a discussion at the kitchen table. Because my dad — he was a good man, made a decent living, but always on the margins. Everything mattered. So let’s be absolutely clear about why we have such high prices now. There are two reasons. First was COVID.
President Biden: And the second big reason for inflation is Vladimir Putin. Not a joke. Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has driven up gas prices and food prices all over the world.
President Biden: Well, we saw the most recent inflation data. Last month, about 70 percent of the increase in inflation was a consequence of Putin’s price hike because of the impact on gas and energy prices. I’m doing everything I can to bring down the price to address Putin’s price hike. That’s why I authorized the release of 1 million barrels per day for the next six months for our st- — from our Strategic Petroleum Reserve. And I know the press is always asking me, with good reason, why I’m always on the phone talking with other world leaders, trying to keep them organized. Well, one of the things I did — I went out and got a lot of other countries to agree that they would release petroleum from their oil reserves. So, we worked with the U.S. oil producers to ramp up the production — (applause) — and we coordinated this release with partners and allies around the world. And shortly after I made the announcement, another 30 countries agreed to 60 million additional barrels a day on the market.
President Biden: Beyond gas prices, I’ve called on Congress to move immediately to lower the cost of family utility bills, prescription drug bills, and more, while lowering the deficit and reducing inflation. That would make a big difference for families. We can do a lot of these things without raising a single penny on taxes of anyone making less than $400,000 a year. Nobody making less than $400,000 will see a single penny in their taxes raised.
President Biden: So, look, we’re making progress. Over the course of my presidency, our recovery so far has created 7.9 million new jobs — (applause) — more jobs — more jobs created over the first 14 months than any President ever. Over 420,000 manufacturing jobs. Unemployment rate is at 3.6 percent, down from 6.4 percent. In the state of New Hampshire, you’re down from — I think it’s 4.2 percent to 3.2 [sic] percent.
As we continue toward the end of the month, we can except more tweets praising the economy; it’s not random–it’s trying to get ahead of any bad news contained in April’s Jobs Report.
The daily press briefing is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. D.C., time.
Yahoo has a live feed of the pool spray. It is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. D.C., time.