April 14th According to a report by China.com, on the 13th local time, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Pelosi officially invited U.S. President Biden to attend the joint session of Congress on April 28. He will address lawmakers.
In a letter to Biden, Pelosi said he invited Biden to address Congress on April 28 to “share his views on the challenges and opportunities to address this historic moment.”
According to the report, this will be Biden’s first speech to both houses of Congress since he took office as president. He is expected to elaborate on how his government can continue to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and promote his huge infrastructure bill to lawmakers.
Pelosi said earlier in April that he was waiting for a decision on whether to invite Biden and that he would consult with the attending doctor of Congress because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.