Biden pushes economic message after rowdy State of the Union address

President Biden traveled to Wisconsin on Wednesday, taking the economic speech he gave during the State of the Union on the road and stepping up his criticism of a Republican rights proposal that has led lawmakers to heckle him during the prime-time speech.

Mr Biden sought to explain to the public in his address on Tuesday how they could benefit from the billions of dollars in spending he helped push through Congress, arguing that his policies have helped the US economy recover from the Covid-19 pandemic with the unemployment rate now at its lowest level in 53 years. Republicans say he spent far too much federal money and was an unstable steward of the economy.


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