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CNN published this video item, entitled “Hits and misses from Joe Biden’s speech to Congress” – below is their description.
President Joe Biden’s speech to a joint session of Congress made history before it even started, with two women on the dias, with Vice President Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi as the second- and third-in-line to the presidency. CNN’s Chris Cillizza talks through his hits and misses from Biden’s speech — outlining which moments mattered most and why.
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