US President Joe Biden has said that the United States is moving forward again after overcoming the overall crisis. He made the remarks in a speech to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday night, local time. This has been reported in a report of the media Voice of America.
In his speech, Joe Biden proposed a massive expansion of the government’s national cooperation program for children and families in the United States. The speech also touched on the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic and the brutal attack on the US capital since taking office.
“I came tonight to talk about our crises and opportunities, about rebuilding our country, about reviving our democracy, and about the future victory of the United States,” Biden said.
Biden mentioned some challenges at the outset of his administration. These include the coronavirus epidemic and the resulting economic crisis, in the context of the attack on the U.S. capital just days before he was sworn in in January.
Biden said: “After 100 days, I can tell the nation that the United States is moving forward again.”