President Joe Biden appeared to put doubt on his own re-election while closing a speech at the White House Tribal Nations Summit on Wednesday. Both Democrats and Republicans can agree that this is an excellent concept. Possibly the one concept from Biden on which the majority of Americans can agree.
As Biden ended his address, a guy screamed to him, “four more years!” It is time for Biden to leave Washington, D.C., so we were pleasantly surprised to hear this announcement. And what Biden stated is actually worthy of consideration:
“I don’t know about that,” Biden said.
Check it out: “Crowd member: “Four more years!”
Biden: “I don’t know about that,” The Daily Wire posted on Twitter on November 30, 2022.
Here is some of Biden’s slurring speech:
To all the Tribal leaders: Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Thank you for being here and for your partnership.
I made a commitment when I ran for President. As a matter of fact, I made a commitment when I was basically a 30-year-old senator and a student of Danny Inouye, the senator from the state of Hawaii, who made it clear to me — because I said “Indian Country.” He said, “No, Indian nations.” Indian nations. You know, I — I made a commitment that my administration would prioritize and respect nation-to-nation relationships. And I’m — I’m going to make sure that happens.
On my watch, we’re ushering in a new era of — and advancing a way for the federal government to work with Tribal nations. And it starts by appointing Native Americans to lead the frontlines of my administration.
Together — I emphasize the word “together” — together, my entire administration is advancing the economic agenda and making historic investments in Indian Country — and, I might add, that are long overdue.
But together, we used that funding to help Tribal communities go from one of the most — most harmed groups by COVID to one of the most vaccinated communities in the entire country. (Applause.)
And to all my fellow leaders, you used that funding to address other critical needs as well, such as housing, food assistance, support for Tribal economies, and for schools and language.
By the way, she spent a lot of time on other reservations — other Nations as well. I’m worried she’s not going to come home one of these days — (laughter) — when she goes. You think I’m joking. I’m telling you, if I hear more about the Navajos than I hear about me — (laughter). You all think I’m kidding, don’t you?
I also made the largest single investment in our nation’s infrastructure since President Eisenhower’s national highway program — the biggest investment in Indian Country infrastructure ever in history. More than $13 billion in rebuilding infrastructure in Indian Country. And to state the obvious, it’s long overdue.
And we’re putting it to work together — building water infrastructure for clean drinking water, safer plumbing systems; delivering affordable, high-speed Internet; repairing roads and bridges; restoring waterways that are now blocked by roads and highways that affect the migration of salmon that’s essential to the livelihoods and cultures of so many Tribes; electrifying diesel school buses so Tribal children don’t breathe that polluted air generated by diesel engines.
HERE IS THE GOOD PART:
Crowd member: "Four more years!"
Biden: "I don't know about that."pic.twitter.com/4YiONHEsjM
— Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) November 30, 2022
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