Biden Bits: These Past Few Months…

Biden Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

I survived the ugliest day of summer so far coming in at 115. Just a few more days to go and we can celebrate 90 degrees outside!

Halloween is in 54 days.

President Biden’s Public Schedule for Wednesday, September 7th 2022.

9:00 AMThe President receives the President’s Daily Briefing
The White HouseClosed Press
12:45 PMIn-Town Pool Call Time
The White HouseIn-Town Pool
1:30 PMThe President and The First Lady host former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama for the unveiling of their official White House portraits; The Vice President and The Second Gentleman attend
East RoomPre-Credentialed Media
2:45 PMPress Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room

President Biden’s remarks.

Press Briefing.

President Biden issued 3 tweets before the post was posted. He added 4 tweets giving him a Tuesday Tweeting Total of 7 tweets and 0 retweets.

In anticipation of President Biden congratulating the newest Prime Minister to the UK, Liz Truss; I saved this almost 10 minute video found in the Note, I think from Sunday…

It shares the legacy left behind by disgraced (at least I hope he’s disgraced) former Prime Minister of the UK Boris Johnson.

Prime Minister Truss tweeted on Monday…

Her full speech Tuesday morning outside Number 10 Downing Street.

The White House posted the following readout:

President Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke today with Prime Minister Liz Truss of the United Kingdom to offer his congratulations. The leaders reaffirmed the special relationship between our countries and expressed their readiness to further deepen those ties.  President Biden and Prime Minister Truss discussed the importance of continued close cooperation on global challenges, including supporting Ukraine as it defends itself against Russian aggression, addressing the challenges posed by China, preventing Iran from ever acquiring a nuclear weapon, and securing sustainable and affordable energy resources. They also discussed their shared commitment to protecting the gains of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and the importance of reaching a negotiated agreement with the European Union on the Northern Ireland Protocol.

White 09/06/2022.

The YouTube video of the pool spray prior to the Cabinet Meeting is 7 minutes and 9 seconds long. His full remarks can be found here.

President Biden: () Okay, well, it’s good for all of us to be together.  We’re meeting today at an incredibly important time in the country, to state the obvious.  And over the past 10 months, we’ve won passage of some, I think, extraordinary parts of our economic agenda

President Biden: () And the three things, along with other steps we’ve taken like the American Rescue Plan, student debt relief, and is proof that democracy can deliver for the people. And there’s a foundation of the kind of strong, forward-looking economy that we want to continue to build: the economy with lower prices, more breathing room for middle-class families; an economy with good-paying jobs you can raise a family on and — and just have, as I said, just a little bit of breathing room, whether you went to college or not; an economy that leads the world in technology and clean energy; and an economy that ends our dependence on foreign sources across the entire supply chain.

President Biden: And — and we’re making things here in America.  We’re making our supply chains more secureAnd I believe we’re winning the race to the future.

President Biden: And I’m incredibly optimistic about the future that we’re building here in this country, but it requires solid work making these laws work.  The devil is in the details.

The misfit tweet

The tweet text came from remarks he gave on Labor Day from his rally in Wisconsin.

President Biden: (31:53) The days of billion-dollar companies paying zero, they are over in America.  (Applause.)  And they know they can afford it.

President Biden has tweeted 3 times and sent a retweet so far for Wednesday…

The retweet was posted first.

It’s a 1 minute little video clip of the history (in snip form) of the Presidential and First Lady portraits that hang in the White House.

The above is quote taken from his remarks on Labor Day from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Note: This is not exact. It’s more than likely they meshed remarks together to make the meme that *checks Instagram* is posted there as well as on Twitter…

Similar almost exact text used in the meme or image if you will–comes from remarks he gave on Labor Day from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

President Biden: (10:25) Look, you’ve heard me say it before.  Wall Street didn’t build the middle class.  Wall Street didn’t build America. The middle class built America, and unions built the middle class.  (Applause.)  That’s — that’s just a fact. 

President Biden: (17:36) You know, and here’s the deal.  You know, as I said, Wall Street didn’t build this country.  The middle class built it.  And unions built the middle class.

The above similar tweet text to remark quote comes from his prime-time remarks on the continued battle for the “Soul of the Nation”.

President Biden: (16:31) Democrats, independents, mainstream Republicans: We must be stronger, more determined, and more committed to saving American democracy than MAGA Republicans are to — to destroying American democracy. 

He’s taking us back to his remarks from Wisconsin on Labor Day; they aren’t exact, but close enough…

President Biden: (31:35) If you’re a cop, a teacher, a firefighter, a steelworker, a miner, you pay double that federal tax.  It’s just wrong. But this year, the American people won.  Now, big corporations have to pay at least the minimum tax of 15 percent — at least.  (Applause.)

“Fairer tax system” only appears once in his remarks:

President Biden: (33:23) In spite of the fact that while doing all this we lowered the deficit by a trillion five this year here, here in America, every single Republican voted against lowering prescription drug prices, against lowering healthcare costs, against protecting your pensions, against lower energy costs, against creating good-paying jobs, against a fairer tax system — every single one in the House and Senate.  Every one.

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