Biden Bits: “Strongly Urge”…

Biden Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Wednesday…

President Biden’s public schedule for 05/31/2023:

10:00 AM The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
The White House Closed Press
12:00 PM
The President meets with leaders of his federal emergency preparedness and response team to receive the annual briefing on extreme weather preparedness
Roosevelt Room In-House Pool Spray
1:30 PM
Press Briefing
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room
3:20 PM Out-of-Town Pool Call Time
Joint Base Andrews Overhang Out-of-Town Pool
4:15 PM
The President departs the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews
South Lawn Open Press
4:35 PM
The President departs Joint Base Andrews en route to Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joint Base Andrews Out-of-Town Pool
7:40 PM
The President arrives in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado Springs, CO Open Press

President Biden’s briefing on Hurricane and Wildfire Preparedness:

Press Briefing:

Bipartisan Budget Agreement Tweet

From Tuesday…

From Wednesday…

H.R. 3746 Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023 passed the first hurdle yesterday when the House Rules committee voted to send the bill to the floor for a vote.

The vote is expected to come sometime Wednesday…

NCCA Basketball Championships Tweet

From Wednesday…

The video clip is 1 minute and 18 seconds long. It’s a mash-up between:

  • Remarks by President Biden, Vice President Harris, and First Lady Jill Biden Honoring the 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Champions, the Louisiana State University Tigers


  • Remarks by President Biden Honoring the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Champions, The University of Connecticut Huskies

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden:

Hello, everyone.  Go ahead and sit down.  I’m so proud to welcome the 2023 NCAA Champions, the LSU Tigers, to the White House!  (Applause.)

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President Biden:

[10 second mark]

And congratulations to the ni- — to 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Champions, the UConn Huskies! (Applause.)


Thirty-six NCAA tournaments. Six Final Fours. Five national titles — ‘99, 2004, 2011, 2014, and this year. Not bad, guys. Not bad. (Applause.)

White 05/26/2023.

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden:

[37 second mark]

Watching you was pure magic.  The way you passed like you could read each other’s thoughts.  The air crackling with the electricity of that connection. The crowd seemed to breathe with one breath, our hearts racing to the rhythm of each thump of the ball.  Every basket was pure joy.

White 05/26/2023.

President Biden:

[51 second mark]

And this team is proof that there’s no quit in UConn, just like there’s no quit in America. None.

There’s nothing we can’t do when we believe we can do it if we do it together. And that’s exactly what you all did. You stood up.

White 05/26/2023.

[1 minute and 2 second mark]

You know, I used to tell our daughters, our granddaughters, they can do anything at all.  Anything any man can do, they can do.  And that’s what makes Amer- — that’s what America is all about: possibilities.  And that’s what this team is all about: incredible athletes redefining what’s possible.

White 05/26/2023.

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