RI Congressman Confident President's Agenda Can Get Done

President Biden is taking his agenda on the road today.

He'll visit Wisconsin in his first stop after last night's State of the Union address.

He talked about the Russian attack on Ukraine, detailed a plan to fight inflation, and unveiled how the nation is moving forward on the pandemic.

Meantime, at least one Congressman from the state liked the President's agenda.

Congressman David Cicilline said,

“In his first State of the Union address, President Biden laid out his vision for building a better America. He took stock of the progress we have made together through the American Rescue Plan and Biden infrastructure bill – leading to the fastest rate of job growth in American history as we recover from the COVID pandemic and safely return to our normal routines. When he took office, only 5 percent of American adults were vaccinated – today, more than 200,000 Americans are fully vaccinated and 99% of schools have safely reopened. And because of the President’s leadership, America has reclaimed its position as a respected leader on the world stage and we are leading a broad coalition that is standing against Putin and for democracy.

Most Democrats liked what the President had to say. Republicans generally weren't so appreciative of the President's legislative agenda.

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President Biden Delivers His First State Of The Union Address To Joint Session Of  Congress

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