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Last 50 tweets from @JoeBiden
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
I call on Congress again to pass my assault weapons ban.

It's about time we make some more progress.
Our budget lays out a stark contrast.

We value everyone having a decent shot. We value seniors and hardworking Americans.

MAGA Republicans in Congress value Big Pharma over lowering drug costs for seniors.
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
In reply to @POTUS
I also spoke to @FEMA_Deanne, who has already deployed emergency response personnel and resources to support search-and-rescue and assess the damage. We will do everything we can to help. We will work together to deliver the support you need to recover, for as long as it takes.
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
Jill and I are praying for those who have lost loved ones in the devastating tornadoes in Mississippi and those whose loved ones are missing.

I spoke with @tatereeves, @SenatorWicker, @SenHydeSmith, and @BennieGThompson to express my condolences and offer full federal support.
We're strengthening Medicare and Social Security.

My budget would extend the life of the Medicare Trust Fund beyond 2050. Meanwhile, MAGA Republicans in Congress are threatening to gut it.
The Affordable Care Act expanded Medicaid to cover millions more people. That means more cancers detected early, more mental health treatment available, and less medical debt.
I signed the largest investment in climate, environmental justice, and conservation ever.

These investments have helped protect our iconic outdoor spaces, preserve our historic sites, and make our nation more resilient to the impacts of climate change.
We capped the cost of insulin at $35/month for seniors on Medicare.

Then, the three biggest insulin manufacturers in the country announced they’re lowering prices as well. Congress, let’s finish the job.
We made history when the Affordable Care Act became law.
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, which not one Republican in Congress voted for, millions have enrolled in the Affordable Care Act, many saving an average of $800 a year for better coverage at better prices.

Some MAGA Republicans have voted repeatedly to try and repeal it.
We've built on the Affordable Care Act to lower health care and prescription drug costs even more. If MAGA Republicans in Congress try to take away people’s health care by gutting Medicaid or the Affordable Care Act—I will stop them.
Thirteen years ago, I proudly stood beside @BarackObama as he signed into law the most consequential expansion of health care in generations: the Affordable Care Act.

With the stroke of a pen, after decades of tireless efforts, millions of Americans gained peace of mind.
We’ve restored protections the previous administration rolled back for several national monuments.

We are not just protecting the lives of people who depend on them—like family farms, rural communities, and more—we are protecting the heart and soul of our nation.
After the strongest two years of job growth and new small business applications in history, I am more optimistic than ever that America’s best days are ahead.
We are working every day to bring families more breathing room. Congress should still pass legislation to ensure everybody can get insulin for no more than $35 per month, along with a Junk Fee Prevention Act, and legislation to make child care more affordable and accessible.
I signed the American Rescue Plan to lower prices and increase coverage for affordable health care, saving millions of people an average of $800 a year. My new budget for this year would make that permanent.
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
I just vetoed my first bill.

This bill would risk your retirement savings by making it illegal to consider risk factors MAGA House Republicans don't like.

Your plan manager should be able to protect your hard-earned savings — whether Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene likes it or not.
More than 12 million jobs have been created since I took office.

We will continue to make progress in our fight to build an economy from the bottom up and middle out, not the top down.
We are focused on getting more people affordable health care and giving families just a little bit of breathing room.

We passed historic laws like the Inflation Reduction Act to get that done. And now, we're moving quickly to implement those laws so people can feel the effects.
The House Freedom Caucus and I have a very different value set.
All three of the leading insulin producers in America have agreed to substantially reduce their prices, following my calls to expand my $35 cap for seniors to all Americans.

Sanofi is the latest company to recognize that charging hundreds of dollars for insulin is wrong.
The story of Irish Americans is a story of people who have weathered hard times, but always come through, spirit intact.

Here are a few of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day memories.
My mom always said, "Being Irish is about faith, family, and courage."

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
I am determined to once again ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.

I led that fight in 1994. For the ten years it was in place, mass shootings went down. When Republicans let it expire, mass shootings tripled.

Let’s finish the job and ban assault weapons.
With new measures to expand health coverage, cap prescription drug costs, invest in quality child care, build affordable housing, reduce home energy bills, make college more affordable, and more, my budget would continue lowering costs for families.
Building a budget requires some really hard decisions. But all over America, families are sitting around their kitchen tables making decisions that are equally consequential.

That's who my budget is for.
My executive order will help keep firearms out of dangerous hands, expand public awareness campaigns about red flag laws, promote safe storage for firearms, ramp up our efforts to hold the gun industry accountable, and more.
While we still have more to do, inflation is now down 30% from what it was this summer, gas prices are down, and take-home pay for workers has gone up.
My new executive order on gun violence ramps up the efforts to hold the gun industry accountable. It calls for an independent government study that analyzes and exposes how gun manufacturers aggressively market firearms to civilians, especially minors.
My budget would build on the progress we've made growing the economy from the bottom up and middle out. It's a plan that keeps investing in American manufacturing and innovation and creates more good-paying jobs that don't require a college degree.
Because of actions that our regulators have already taken, every American should feel confident their deposits will be there if and when they need them.

The management of these banks will be fired and investors in the banks will not be protected.
I announced an executive order on gun violence to intensify our work to save lives. It will keep firearms out of dangerous hands, takes every lawful action to move as close to universal background checks without new legislation, expands awareness about red flag laws, and more.
I am pleased that, in line with my call, Novo Nordisk will be lowering their insulin prices by 75%, following Eli Lilly’s action.

This builds on the important progress we made last year when I signed a law to cap insulin at $35 for seniors. I urge others to follow.
Today’s report shows annual inflation is down by a third from this summer at a time when the unemployment rate remains near a 50-year low. That is the slowest annual increase since September 2021.
Americans can rest assured that our banking system is safe. Your deposits are safe.

We must get the full accounting of what happened and why those responsible can be held accountable. No one is above the law.
During the Obama-Biden administration, we put tough requirements on banks like Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank—including the Dodd-Frank Law to make sure the crisis we saw in 2008 would not happen again.

The last administration rolled back some of these requirements.
The bottom line is this: Americans can rest assured that our banking system is safe, and your deposits are safe.
The share of working-age folks in the labor force is higher than it's been at any time since 2008.
More Americans are working than ever.
Businesses are growing.
Schools are open.

Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, we've come a long way.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is the single largest dedicated investment in bridges since the construction of the Eisenhower-era Interstate Highway System.
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan—which not a single Republican voted for—millions of more Americans have enrolled in the Affordable Care Act, saving an additional $800 a year for better coverage at better prices.
My budget won’t cut Medicare like MAGA Republicans want to do.

Instead, it will secure Medicare through 2050 and beyond—without cutting a single penny in benefits.
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, we helped protect the pensions union workers and retirees worked and sacrificed for.

If we hadn’t acted, they would have faced cuts of up to 60% of their benefits.
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
With the signing of the American Rescue Plan, we laid the foundation for the progress we see today:

Record new business applications.
More Americans with health insurance than ever before.
Billions in investments in American manufacturing.

And jobs. 12 million of them.
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, the expanded Child Tax Credit cut child poverty in half and gave tens of millions of parents breathing room.

My budget would restore it.
Because of our economic plan, unemployment has been below 4% since January 2022. Last month, the unemployment rate remained near the lowest level in 50 years.

That means people are coming off the sidelines and getting back into the job market.
Two years ago today, I signed the American Rescue Plan into law.

It helped get our economy back on track, vaccinate over 230 million Americans, and keep police on the job—and we’re stronger because of it.
My budget would restore the expanded Child Tax Credit.
My budget protects and strengthens Social Security and Medicare.

It rejects any cuts, extends the solvency of the Medicare Trust Fund by at least 25 years, and invests in service delivery so seniors and people with disabilities can access the benefits they have earned.
I'm happy to report that our economy created over 300,000 new jobs last month, on top of half a million jobs we added the month before.

We've created over 12 million jobs since I took office—more in two years than any administration created in the first four years.
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