PRESIDENT Joe Biden is set to speak today, January 26, at the White House.
Biden's upcoming speech comes one day after he revealed his plans to bring back "millions" of manufacturing jobs to the US during his first 100 days in office.
What time is Joe Biden's speech today?
President Joe Biden is set to address the American public from the White House at 2pm and 4.45 pm January 26.
At 2pm, Biden will deliver remarks outlining his agenda on Racial Inequalirt.
He will also sign more executive actions.
At 4.45pm, President Biden will discuss the fight to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to be in attendance.
Harris, along with her husband, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, will be getting the second jab of the Covid-19 vaccine at 4pm.
What is Joe Biden expected to say?
Biden is planning to sign four executives actions today.
The executives orders include directing the Housing Department to address racially discriminatory federal housing policies and ending the DOJ's contracts with private prisons.
An executive order for recommitting federal respect for tribal sovereignty will also be signed, as well as one for directing federal agencies to mitigate xenophobia and violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, USA Today reported.
How can I watch the speech live?
The White House will live stream Biden's speech on the Biden administration's official website.
Meanwhile, Biden has hinted that he doesn't expect former president Donald Trump to be convicted at his upcoming Senate trial but said that it "has to happen."
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It comes after House prosecutors last night walked the article of impeachment against Trump to the Senate, with a trial now expected to begin within weeks.
When Biden was asked about the impeachment by a CNN reporter last night, he indicated that he didn't expect the move to gain the necessary support from members of the Republican Party to secure a conviction.
"The Senate has changed since I was there, but it hasn't changed that much," he said.