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What To Expect From President Biden’s First Joint Address To Congress | MSNBC


NBC News Correspondent Ellison Barber and Punchbowl Co-Founder Anna Palmer join Katy Tur to discuss Biden's upcoming speech.
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What To Expect From President Biden's First Joint Address To Congress | MSNBC


    1. @No Show Joe The GQP is his personality cult. Nobody wants to ditch him and they all want him to run again in 2024. It’s The Church of Baby Cheesus now and they’re obstructing Biden while trying to suppress voter turnout to pave the way for the Toddler Messiah’s Second Coming. Own it.

    2. @Insignificant360 Absolutely we want him to run again in 2024. I do “own it” along with 70+ million other Americans. Keep bowing down to your demented dictator who can’t read off a teleprompter. Pathetic. The world laughs at him.

  1. Curious who was the millionaire they interviewed that said he’ll become a Republican over Biden raising the capital gains taxes. Maybe it was Chuck Todd?

  2. Seriously, the address will start with a trip on the carpet, a silly excuse like the dog tripped him, Segway to Joe fumbling thru his notebook while the chamber waits in awkward silence. Instead of starting w “Good Evening Esteemed Colleagues” it will come out as: “Good Ease Steamed Collies” Transitioning into a 1hr monolog of bumbling and fumbling, w him losing place of the rapidly moving teleprompter causing Joe to exclaim: “You know the thing.” Rounds of applause jolt Joe back from falling asleep. Closing the address in a gibberish, bouncing from covid masks and hand sanitizing to praising Jill’s fine cooking. Again jolted by raucous applause and admiration.

  3. “I have never been particularly poor at calculating how to get things done in the United States Senate. So the best way to get something done, if you, if you hold near and dear to you that you like to be able to, anyway,”

  4. I saw him. In my minds eye. An agent lead him away into protection. Itll happen. And when it does understand you are on your own.

  5. 100% expectation that he will mumble a series of embarrassing gaffes, mispronunciations and odd slurring of words.

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