President Joe Biden to address Congress tonight

President Biden will deliver his first formal address to a joint session of Congress tonight. It will be the first time in American history that the two officials standing behind the president during such an event will be women.

President Biden will call for a new era of govermebt spending for educational needs and to harvest an economical boost to those striving for opportunities. He will return to the Hill to gather support to tax wealthy corporations and individuals.

With the call to expand the role of the U.S. government during a time in the nation where over 530,000 people have died due to complications of the COVID-19 virus and has caused an economic downturn for those who were employed and attending school.

President Biden will get into the blue-collar worker perspective according to the excerpts released by the White House administration by providing a look into the spending proposals that many Republicans and even Moderare Democrats have frowned upon.

With more than 200 lawmakers in Washington D.C. will be at the same place where hundreds of insurrectionists invaded the Capitol on January 6, 2021 will hear what President Biden will have to say about the American Family Plan that will spark $225 billion into child care investments and medical leave programs. Also to be addressed, will be the $200 billion reduction for those that opt into the Affordable Care Act.

How will we pay for all this? Biden wants to increase the income tax rate for the top 1 percent of earners in the country and raise capital gains taxes along with dividend taxes. This has put light on the $6 Trillion government spending for the next 10 years.

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