White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” where she offered a preview of what to expect from President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address, to be delivered Tuesday.
“Leaders lead during crises. That’s exactly what President Biden is doing. He’ll speak to that, but he’s also going to speak about his optimism about what’s ahead and what we all have to look forward to.”
Today’s read is from Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan. Here’s an excerpt.
My son Cameron and I can hardly wait for President Biden’s upcoming State of the Union address.
“What do you think he’s going to say on March 1, Dad?” he asked me earlier this week during our phone call.
“That the State of the Union is …. very sad? Screwed? You finish the sentence.”
“Seriously,” Cameron said. “The State of the Union is supposed to be upbeat – positive – or at least hopeful, right?”
“Yeah,” I said. “His speechwriters must be working overtime. The list of big things he’s messed up in a single year is long and getting longer.”
“So what’s he going to brag about to the country?” Cameron asked.
Read the rest here.