Remarks by President Biden at a FEMA COVID-19 Vaccination Facility

NRG Stadium Houston, Texas 4:47 P.M. CST THE PRESIDENT:  You’re all being very polite.  You’ve been with me all day, and it’s dinner time.  (Laughs.)  Good afternoon — or almost.  Actually, it’s evening.  And I want to thank you, Governor and Mrs. Abbott, for your hospitality and your friendship.  And Representative — Senator Cornyn, I…

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, February 25, 2021

12:36 P.M. EST MS. PSAKI:  All right.  I will tell you masks are a little tricky with earrings on, so just bear with me here.  Okay. So, just have a couple of items at the top.  Okay.  Learned my lesson on earrings.  All right. Today, the President will deliver remarks to mark the 50 — mark 50 million…

Ambassador Susan E. Rice Video Remarks at “It Starts with Us: Forging the Future of Federal Leadership” Virtual Event

As Prepared For Delivery: Good afternoon, and thank you to the Senior Executives Association, African American Federal Executive Association, and Executive Women in Government for the invitation to speak today. It is with deep gratitude to everyone here that we mark just over one month of the new Administration—your hard work and dedication gives me…

Remarks by President Biden at Pfizer Manufacturing Site

Pfizer Kalamazoo Manufacturing SiteKalamazoo, Michigan 3:24 P.M. EST THE PRESIDENT:  Albert, thank you very much.  Thank you not only for what you do for the — the credit you give me that I really don’t deserve.  This is — this is a case of life and death.  We’re talking about people’s lives.   I want…

Remarks by President Biden in a CNN Town Hall with Anderson Cooper

Pabst TheaterMilwaukee, Wisconsin (February 16, 2021) 7:59 P.M. CST MR. COOPER:  And welcome.  We are live in the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  This is a CNN Presidential Town Hall — the first with President Joe Biden.  I’m Anderson Cooper.  President Biden is just four weeks into his presidency and facing multiple crises: nearly 500,000…

Statement by the President Three Years After the Parkland Shooting

Three years ago today, a lone gunman took the lives of 14 students and three educators at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In seconds, the lives of dozens of families, and the life of an American community, were changed forever. For three years now, the Parkland families have spent birthdays and holidays…

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