In his Wednesday speech, Mr. Biden made it clear that he aimed to be more than a picture in the history books whose greatest achievement was to remove his predecessor from his position and offer proposals to expand family leave, childcare, healthcare, preschool and preschool. University education for millions of people. His ambitious plansIf passed, it could make him a transformative figure in American history.
He described his $ 2 trillion infrastructure plan as “a one-time investment in every generation in America itself,” noting that it was the largest job plan since World War II, and said that while he welcomed Republican ideas, “Doing nothing is an option.”
“The US jobs plan will be the largest increase in non-defense research and development ever,” he said.
It has achieved victory over the Coronavirus.
Biden advisers often say his presidency will rise or fall based on the number of vaccine shots in weapons and relief checks that appear in bank accounts. On Wednesday night, Mr. Biden indicated he believed he was winning the mark likely to be most important to the Americans who watched at home.
He boasted that he had hit his goal of getting 100 million vaccine shots in his first 100 days. “We will provide more than 220 million Covid shots in 100 days,” Mr. Biden said, noting that nearly 70 percent of elderly people are now fully protected from the virus, compared to only 1 percent who were vaccinated when he was sworn in.
Even as his administration advances in distributing the vaccine, a large percentage of Americans are hesitant to get the vaccine. If it takes a long time to reach ‘herd immunity’, then the point at which the spread of the virus slows, Disturbing new variables It could appear to evade the vaccine and slow the progress so far.
Biden did not mention those challenges looming on the horizon on Wednesday night. Instead, focus on more optimistic stats. “Today, 90% of Americans now live within five miles of the vaccination site,” he said, noting that every person over the age of 16 is now eligible to receive a vaccine.