President Biden clarified Tuesday that his goal is to have the majority of K-8 schools physically reopened five days a week by the end of his first 100 days in office as the U.S. grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
President Biden said Friday that the country is on track to surpass his goal of getting 100 million coronavirus vaccines administered in his first 100 days in office. “We’re on track to surpass my commitment,” Mr. Biden said after touring a Pfizer vaccine manufacturing facility in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mr. Biden
"We committed to you, Democrat and Republican, a $2,000 stimulus check," Biden said in a video released Friday. "$600 came forward last time around. Another $1,400 will be coming."
The Philadelphia Inquirer published an op-ed titled, “10 policies Biden must pass in his first 100 days, as drawn by Philly artists,” calling for radical leftist policy changes.
In a post to Twitter this Thursday, the official account for the GOP slammed President Biden for what they say is his failure to keep his promise to reopen schools within his first 100 days in office.
President Joe Biden claimed Tuesday he will break 100 million COVID vaccine shots in 100 days after he was criticized for setting a low ball target.
Sounds like a lot of 'unity' going on
President Joe Biden said he believed a majority of kindergarteners through eighth graders would be back in school five days a week by the tail end of his first 100 days in office.
During a town hall on CNN on Tuesday, President Joe Biden stated that he thinks we will be “close to” having the majority of K-8 schools back five days a week at the end of his first 100 days in
President Joe Biden said workers in Alabama and across the country have the right to join a union without intimidation from their companies