Joe Biden speech today LIVE

President Joe Biden will give a speech today advocating changes to Senate rules that have stalled voting rights legislation.

During the speech, Biden will say it’s time to choose “democracy over autocracy,” according to the reports.

However, the speech is being boycotted by some civil rights groups who are accusing the White House of inaction.

A White House official, previewing the speech on condition of anonymity, said Biden would speak out in favor of changing Senate records rules just to ensure voting rights are protected.

The Filibuster rules require 60 votes to advance most legislation, which is the threshold at which Senate Democrats cannot meet on their own with their slim Senate majority.

Republicans unanimously oppose the voting rights measures, and not all Democrats fully agree with changing the film.

Biden’s speech will come as he holds steady in the latest approval ratings polls, according to the political data website FiveThirtyEight.

Read our Joe Biden speech live blog for the latest news and updates…

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  • Sen Manchin on the set

    Based on CNN, Senator Joe Manchin was asked if President Biden could say in his voting speech to change the senator’s mind about “undermining the legislative system”.

    Sen Manchin said, “We needed some good rule changes to make the venue work better, but removing the filter didn’t make it any better.”

    “What they know about the filming system is basically what Bob Byrd has been educating people about over the years, and the preliminary information is what the Senate hopes will work when it does,” Manchin said.

    “We need some good rule change and we can do it together. But you change the rules with two-thirds of the people present, so Democrats, Republicans change the rules to make this place work better.

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    In May 2021, Psaki confirms she plans to leave the White House in 2022.

    Speaking on Ax files audio files, Psaki “I think it’s time to have someone else do the work, either a year from now or about a year from now,” said.

    The communications expert told CNN’s David Axelrod that the Biden administration was made aware of this in advance.

  • What did Biden say on January 6?

    In one of his most recent speeches ahead of a speech in Atlanta scheduled for Tuesday, Biden delivered a speech on the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Congress riots on Thursday. , January 6, 2022.

    In his speech, Biden said: “I will not shrink back either. I will stand by this violation. I will defend this country.”

    He continued: “I will allow no one to put a dagger down the throat of democracy.”

  • ‘A turning point’

    Before his administration’s Atlanta university halted, President Biden’s team shared a prepared statement.

    “The next few days, when these bills are put to a vote, will mark a turning point in this nation,” the statement read.

    “Shall we choose democracy over autocracy, light in the dark, justice over injustice? I know where I stand,” Biden’s statement said.

    The President is expected to talk in Georgia on Tuesday.

  • What is President Biden’s approval rating?

    Based on FiveThirtyEightPresident Biden’s approval ratings are holding steady.

    As of Tuesday, the site reported that, after aggregating all the polls, his approval rating is at 43 percent.

    His disapproval rating was listed at 51.6 percent on the Web.

  • ‘Protect the right to vote’

    Ahead of his speech on Tuesday, President Biden Twitter and share another comment on voting rights.

    “History has never been kind to those who sided with voters in suppressing the right to vote,” he wrote.

    “And won’t be kind to those who don’t defend the right to vote. Congress must debate and vote on the John Lewis Voting Freedom Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Progressive Act.”

  • Will Kamala Harris appear?

    CNN reports that both President Biden and Vice President Harris are scheduled to deliver voting rights remarks this afternoon in Atlanta ahead of Martin Luther King Jr Day.

  • ‘The way forward’

    Ahead of Tuesday’s speech, President Biden took to Twitter on Monday to talk about his upcoming remarks.

    “January 6, 2021 made it clear: there is a dagger in the throat of our democracy,” Biden wrote.

    “Tomorrow, I’m going to Atlanta, where I’ll discuss the way forward in our battle for the right to vote.”

  • Biden’s Support

    A White House official, previewing the speech on condition of anonymity, said Biden would voice support for changing Senate rules just to ensure voting rights are protected during his speech. Tuesday.

  • Where is Biden talking?

    President Biden will deliver a speech in Atlanta, Georgia.

    He will visit Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, where the late Pastor Martin Luther King Jr. preached, and will lay a wreath at the crypt of King and his wife, Coretta Scott King. Joe Biden speech today LIVE

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