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Joe Biden ‘took a victory lap’ with Congress speech

President Joe Biden’s first address to Congress was a moment when he was taking a “victory lap” and highlighted the election promises he’d kept, according to The New Republic’s Alex Shephard.

“It was a moment where Joe Biden was, one, trying to take a kind of victory lap pointing to the last 100 days as one in which he’d fulfilled his two most explicit promises - one - to vaccinate 100 million … also to get the economy back on track,” he told Sky News. 

President Biden was flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and it marked the first time two women were behind the president and Mr Shephard said his speech tapped into this and his two promises “in various ways”.

“It was also I think a reminder of the implicit promise of the Biden presidency which was he would make America boring again, that we would not be obsessing over politics in quite the same way that had over the previous five years.”

President Joe Biden’s first deal with to Congress was a second when he was taking a “victory lap” and highlighted the election guarantees he’d saved, in keeping with The New Republic’s Alex Shephard.

“It was a moment where Joe Biden was, one, trying to take a kind of victory lap pointing to the last 100 days as one in which he’d fulfilled his two most explicit promises – one – to vaccinate 100 million … also to get the economy back on track,” he advised Sky News.

President Biden was flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and it marked the primary time two ladies had been behind the president and Mr Shephard mentioned his speech tapped into this and his two guarantees “in various ways”.

“It was also I think a reminder of the implicit promise of the Biden presidency which was he would make America boring again, that we would not be obsessing over politics in quite the same way that had over the previous five years.”

President Joe Biden’s first deal with to Congress was a second when he was taking a “victory lap” and highlighted the election guarantees he’d saved, in keeping with The New Republic’s Alex Shephard.

“It was a moment where Joe Biden was, one, trying to take a kind of victory lap pointing to the last 100 days as one in which he’d fulfilled his two most explicit promises – one – to vaccinate 100 million … also to get the economy back on track,” he advised Sky News.

President Biden was flanked by Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and it marked the primary time two ladies had been behind the president and Mr Shephard mentioned his speech tapped into this and his two guarantees “in various ways”.

“It was also I think a reminder of the implicit promise of the Biden presidency which was he would make America boring again, that we would not be obsessing over politics in quite the same way that had over the previous five years.”

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