What time is Joe Biden speaking today, Thursday February 11?

PRESIDENT Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with Senators the morning of February 11, to discuss American infrastructure.

The president will hit on critical points needed to invest in modern and sustainable American infrastructure – the Secretary of Transportation will also join the meeting.

What time is Joe Biden speaking today, Thursday February 11?

Later this afternoon, President Biden will deliver remarks to the National Institutes of Health staff in Bethesda, Maryland.

However, before his remarks in Maryland, Biden will visit the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at 3:45pm on Thursday.

Coverage of the presidents remarks at the National Institute of Health will begin at 4:30pm.


Did Joe Biden speak with the president of China?

President Biden spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping the evening of February 10, for the first time since taking office.

Biden "shared his greetings and well wishes with the Chinese people on the occasion of Lunar New Year," according to a White House readout of the call.

He also "underscored his fundamental concerns about Beijing's coercive and unfair economic practices, crackdown in Hong Kong, human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and increasingly assertive actions in the region, including toward Taiwan."

What did Joe Biden when asked if he's watching Trump's impeachment trial?

When asked by a reporter if he is watching Donald Trump's impeachment trial, Biden said he is focused on alleviating the suffering from the coronavirus pandemic.

"I am not. We have already lost over 450,000 people, and we could lose a whole lot more if we don't act and act decisively and quickly," Biden replied to reporters in the Oval Office on February 9.

“A lot of children are going to bed hungry. A lot of families are food insecure. They’re in trouble. That’s my job.

"The Senate has their job, and they’re about to begin it, and I am sure they are going to conduct themselves well.”

Biden added he will not be saying anything further about impeachment of former President Trump.

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