America never gives up, is leading the world again: Joe Biden
New York: (Web Desk) US President Joseph Biden has said that in America we are always awake. Ready to fly again. We are working again and dreaming, rediscovering and then leading the world. We have shown each other and the whole world. America never gives up.
Addressing a joint session of Congress for the first time on the 100th day of his presidency, US President Joe Biden outlined his plans for the country’s development.
The emphasis in Biden’s speech was on unequal income. He slammed corporates for non-payment of taxes, saying their wealth had skyrocketed during the global epidemic. He urged US companies to pay a fair share of their taxes and promised not to raise taxes on the low-income group.
He said the United States was re-emerging and was close to overcoming the historic Corona virus epidemic.
President Biden has criticized Republican President Ronald Reagan’s idea of imposing additional taxes on the economy, saying the idea of tax cuts has never worked for the rich.
During his address, President Biden demanded billions of dollars from Congress to rebuild the American middle class and its forgotten workers in the wake of the Cowde epidemic.
“In the United States, we are always on the lookout,” Biden told Congress and the American people, referring to the successful large-scale vaccination campaign against the Code 19 epidemic. America is ready to fly. We are working again and dreaming, rediscovering and then leading the world. We have shown each other and the whole world. America never gives up.
Biden presented his vision to the Americans and presented his plans and vision for the betterment of education, as well as the reconstruction of roads, bridges and pipelines, directly to the Americans.
He emphasized the need to focus on climate change, and said that it was even more important now with the crisis over the future of the United States. If the pace of development in the country is to be maintained and the unemployment rate is to be reduced, then this bill has to be passed.
He also stressed the need to tackle climate change and said it could no longer be ignored. The American working class has been neglected for a long time and their plan will give them a chance. You feel left behind and forgotten in an economy that is rapidly changing. We need to talk to you directly. You will not be allowed to go out for well-paid jobs.
Biden also called on Congress to immediately approve his proposal, which calls for an hourly wage of 15 15.
“Anyone who works 40 hours a week should not live below the poverty line,” he said.