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Under my Administration, we’ve gone from the brink of financial collapse to historic job growth. We have a lot of work to do still – but this is progress.
 
To make real the full promise of America, we must protect the foundational right from which all rights flow: The sacred right to vote.

It is democracy’s threshold liberty. With it — anything is possible. Without it — nothing is.
 
Tune in as the Vice President and I deliver remarks at the 10th Anniversary celebration of the dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
In reply to @POTUS
My Agenda means all 3- and 4-year-olds in Maryland will be able to attend high quality preschool. And it will cut child care costs for middle income families by half. More than 100,000 students in Maryland will get more help paying for college through an increase in Pell grants.
Replying to @POTUS
I’m heading to Baltimore today to talk about all the ways my agenda will improve things for folks in your city, the state of Maryland, and across the country. And P.S. if you see me around town today — you can always call me Joe.
 
In reply to @POTUS
It will provide high-speed internet access to the more than 147,000 people in Maryland who currently lack it. And $844 million for Maryland to improve water infrastructure for residents. No more lead pipes putting kids at risk.
Replying to @POTUS
My Agenda means all 3- and 4-year-olds in Maryland will be able to attend high quality preschool. And it will cut child care costs for middle income families by half. More than 100,000 students in Maryland will get more help paying for college through an increase in Pell grants.
 
In reply to @POTUS
In Maryland alone, my Agenda will invest at least $4.1 billion for federal-aid highways and $409 million for bridges — plus $1.7 billion to improve public transportation options in the state.
Replying to @POTUS
It will provide high-speed internet access to the more than 147,000 people in Maryland who currently lack it. And $844 million for Maryland to improve water infrastructure for residents. No more lead pipes putting kids at risk.
 
Baltimore — I got your note. I hear you, and I’m working on some things that I think will help. baltimoresun.com/opinion/editor…
Replying to @POTUS
In Maryland alone, my Agenda will invest at least $4.1 billion for federal-aid highways and $409 million for bridges — plus $1.7 billion to improve public transportation options in the state.
 
Baltimore — I got your note. I hear you, and I’m working on some things that I think will help. baltimoresun.com/opinion/editor…
 
Happy Birthday, @VP!
 
How can we compete in the world if millions of parents can’t join the workforce because they can’t afford the cost of child care and have to stay home?

My Build Back Better Agenda will ensure no middle-income family will pay more than 7% of their income on child care.
 
The American people spoke.

My Build Back Better Agenda and Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal are what 81 million Americans voted for when they voted for me.

Their voice deserves to be heard. Not denied.
 
No matter how long you live there, Scranton never leaves you. So, when I ran for president, I came back and resolved to bring Scranton values to bear. To make a fundamental shift in how our economy works for working people.

That’s what my Build Back Better Agenda will do.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and my Build Back Better Agenda. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
The sacred right to vote is under unrelenting assault across the country — and the Senate needs to take action to protect it. Senate Republicans need to allow a debate and let there be a vote on the Freedom to Vote Act. Democracy — the very soul of America — is at stake.
 
I ran on the promise of building an economy that works for the folks in Scranton — not those on Park Avenue.

And, I won’t rest until the job is done.
 
Here’s the deal: If you spent $3 on your coffee this morning, that’s more than what 55 major corporations paid in taxes in recent years.

It’s wrong — and it’s got to change.
 
Today, I’m heading back home to Scranton. It’s where my values — of hard work and treating others with dignity — were set. Those values are at the core of my agenda.

See you soon, Scranton.
 
Right now, workers and the ultra-wealthy aren’t just playing on an unfair playing field — they’re playing different sports.

My plans will put an end to that.
 
The COVID-19 plan I laid out in September is working.

We’re headed in the right direction.

But we have critical work to do — and we can’t let up.
 
The bottom line is this: When we give working families a break, we’re not just raising their quality of life. We’re also positioning our country to compete for the future.
 
I’m the proud husband of an educator, and I’ve seen firsthand the dedication and selflessness the job requires. Yesterday, we hosted recipients of the 2020 and 2021 Teacher of the Year awards at the White House to celebrate their achievements and thank them for all they do.
 
We’re going to pass my Build Back Better Agenda and ensure the super-wealthy and big corporations pay their fair share.
 
Since I took office, the economy has created nearly 5 million jobs and unemployment is the lowest it’s been since the beginning of the pandemic.

Let’s pass the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and my Build Back Better Agenda to keep this progress going.
 
Despite the attacks and misinformation, my plans still have the overwhelming support of the American people.

They understand that when families have a little more breathing room, America has a better shot.
 
Jill and I are deeply saddened by the passing of our dear friend and a patriot of unmatched honor and dignity, General Colin Powell. Time and again, he put country before self, before party, before all else—in uniform and out. He will be remembered as one of our great Americans.
 
The cost of the Build Back Better Agenda — in terms of adding to the deficit — is zero.

It’s paid for because big corporations and the very wealthy will start paying their fair share.
 
It’s never a good bet to bet against the American people.

It’s time for us to invest in ourselves to show the world that American democracy works.

And that given half a chance, there’s nothing we can’t achieve if we work together.
 
It was an honor to welcome President Kenyatta of Kenya to the White House last week.
 
Met a future president last week.
 
With my Build Back Better Agenda, most American families will see their child care costs cut by more than half.

That will help more parents get back into the workforce and make ends meet.
 
It isn’t right that 55 of our largest corporations paid zero in federal income taxes on $40 billion of profits in 2020.

It needs to change.
 
If you look at the world’s advanced economies, they invest an average of $14,000 per year for a toddler’s child care.

America spends about $500 — 28 times less than our competitors. It holds families and our economy back.

My Build Back Better Agenda will change that.
 
To everyone at today’s National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service: Your loss is our nation’s loss. Your pain is our nation’s pain. May the souls of those you love — and those with whom you have served — rest in peace and rise in glory.
 
Tune in as the First Lady and I honor fallen heroes at the 40th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
No one making under $400,000 per year will see their taxes go up a single penny because of my Build Back Better Agenda.

In fact, the plan cuts taxes for working people.
 
My Build Back Better Agenda and Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal are not about left versus right.

They’re about leading the world or continuing to let the world pass us by.
 
Our infrastructure has fallen from the best in the world to 13th.

But just as importantly, America ranks 35th out of 37 major economies when it comes to investing in early childhood education and care.

We cannot be competitive in the 21st century if we continue to slide.
 
Today was a perfect reminder of what our families need so our economy can thrive. We can’t compete in the world if millions of Americans can’t be part of the workforce because they can’t afford the cost of child care. My Build Back Better Agenda will change that.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks at the dedication of the Dodd Center for Human Rights at the University of Connecticut. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Today is the 15th of the month. That means that tens of millions of hardworking families are getting their monthly child tax credit check delivered to their bank accounts.

It’s a life changer for working families — and my Build Back Better Agenda will keep it going.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks on my Build Back Better Agenda. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
We can’t go back to the way things were before the pandemic, we have to build back better. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and my Build Back Better Agenda will lower everyday costs and build an economy where everyone has a fair shot—not just the wealthy.

Let’s get this done.
 
Today, I’m heading to Hartford to highlight how my Build Back Better Agenda will invest in child care and keep costs down for working families. See you soon, Connecticut!
 
When I took office eight months ago, we inherited an economy in crisis and less than 1% of adults were vaccinated.

Now, we’re creating an average of 600,000 jobs a month and nearly 80% of eligible Americans have received at least one shot.

That’s progress.
 
We can end this pandemic. Get vaccinated.
 
We’re making important progress in our fight against COVID-19, but we can’t let up now.
 
It was an honor to welcome President Kenyatta to the White House this afternoon. The U.S.-Kenya strategic partnership is essential to addressing key regional and global challenges — and I'm committed to further elevating our ties with Kenya and nations across Africa as a whole.
 
The Labor Department will soon be issuing its emergency rule for companies with 100 or more employees to implement vaccination requirements.

Every day we see more businesses implementing vaccination requirements — and mounting data that shows they work.
 
We’re making progress in the fight against COVID-19.

Daily cases are down 47% and hospitalizations are down 38%, case rates are declining in 39 states, and we’re down to 66 million unvaccinated people.

We’re in a critical period as we work to turn a corner on COVID-19.
 
This afternoon, I’ll be hosting Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta for a bilateral meeting. I look forward to strengthening the relationship between our nations and ushering a new era of U.S. cooperation with the African continent based on principles of mutual respect and equality.
 
 
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