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The White House says “Help is Here Tour”, as part of which Biden and other individuals, including Vice President Kamala Harris and First Lady Jill Biden, are promoting in various states and on television.
President Joe Biden embarked on a one-week promotion on Monday with a promise of “arms for money and pocket money,” and he helped the country pass a covid-19 for the 1.9 trillion epidemic relief bill signed into law last week.
The White House says “Help is Here Tour”, as part of which Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris and First Lady Jill Biden are campaigning in various other states and on television.
The package, one of the largest economic stimulus measures in U.S. history, provides 1,400 in direct funding to most Americans, 350 billion to state and local governments, additional funding for child tax debt expansion and vaccine distribution.
“Help is here, and hope is here, in real and definite ways,” Biden commented from the White House.
Biden’s first legal priority was to get the law passed in January. His fellow Democrats noted the narrow majority in the House of Representatives and Senate that Biden passed the resolution without essentially Republican support.
The Democratic president said his administration would achieve two important goals in the next 10 days: 100 million corona viruses in people’s weapons and 100 million checks in people’s pockets or bank accounts.
Biden added, “Weapons of ammunition and money in the pocket. It’s important. The American Rescue Plan was created and designed: to make a difference in people’s daily lives. And we’re just getting started,” Biden added.
The White House has said it does not believe in the administration of former President Barack Obama, where Biden served as vice-president, whose nearly 800 800 billion economic rescue program has begun, has done enough. The following year, Democrats began to lose control of the House to Republicans.
Harris traveled to Las Vegas on Monday with his case directly to the public, and Biden traveled to Pennsylvania on Tuesday and Atlanta on Friday. He will also give an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” program on Wednesday.
“We want to avoid situations where people are not aware of their rights and then avoid this moment and they don’t get full relief,” the vice president told reporters in Las Vegas.
Democrats nominate the bill as good policy and good politics. Opinion polls show that the one-year-long epidemic has led to widespread support for the reopening of schools to continue the coronavirus vaccine campaign and the preparation of schools to reduce poverty, killing more than 535,000 Americans and losing millions.
Republicans, who strongly supported coronavirus relief in the early days of the crisis when Republican Donald Trump was president, noted that the latest measures were not related to the epidemic of over-collection of pet projects.
Harris said he moved to Nevada because of the impact of the epidemic on the hospitality industry. Talking to workers and trade unions about the benefits of the law, he urged people to pay their taxes. So that they get such relief quickly.
Harris will tour Colorado on Tuesday. Both there and in Nevada, Democrats will defend U.S. Senate seats in next year’s election which helps the party maintain narrow control of that chamber.