President Biden says he’ll veto any abortion ban that makes it to his desk | USA TODAY

President Joe Biden, during the State of the Union address, urged Congress to make abortion legal for Americans.

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President Joe Biden took credit Tuesday for what he said was the country's economic revival while pushing an agenda of reducing prescription drug costs, protecting abortion rights and banning assault weapons.

The economy was reeling two years ago, Biden said in his second State of the Union address delivered in a packed House chamber. In a preview of an expected reelection campaign announcement, he noted that the unemployment rate was at 50-year low while inflation has been easing.

“We’ve been sent here to finish the job,” Biden said, invoking a phrase he used several times in his speech.

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  1. It’s just wonderful and refreshing that Biden and the Dems traded the American 🇺🇸 flag lapel for the “ AB❤️RTION” pin during the State of the Union…It indicates to all the world what OUR COUNTRY 🇺🇸 stands for, its BIGGEST PRIORITIES, and it’s IMPORTANCE!! WE SHOULD ALL BE PROUD AMERICANS!! 🇺🇸

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