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Still No Official Date For Biden To Address Joint Session of Congress: Pelosi

There’s still no official date for President Joe Biden to give his first address to a joint session of Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said on Sunday.

Asked if there’s been an update since Congress passed Biden’s COVID-19 relief package, Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill that “we’ll see.”

And she answered in the negative when queried on whether there’s an official date yet.

Biden’s chief of staff said last week that the joint session address, sometimes described as a State of the Union speech, would likely be scheduled “shortly after” the president signed the relief package.

Biden signed the bill on Thursday.

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