Biden coughs MULTIPLE times during CHIPS speech four days after Covid

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Biden coughs MULTIPLE times while struggling through CHIPS speech four days after Covid. President Biden hacked his way through remarks before signing a $280 billion bill to boost domestic semiconductor chip production and compete with China on Tuesday morning. The president, 79, who finally tested negative for Covid-19 on Saturday after a rebound infection with the illness, touted the bill as a national security and jobs creation measure in between phlegmy coughs.

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