WATCH LIVE | Biden holds first news conference of 2022

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President Biden holds a news conference on Jan. 19 to mark his first year in office. Biden began his presidency with promises of a forceful era of government action, but legislation on infrastructure and voting rights has stalled, the Supreme Court struck down the administration’s vaccine mandate for private businesses and inflation is rising.

Libby Casey will anchor coverage from The Washington Post newsroon, with reporting from Rhonda Colvin, Hannah Jewell and James Hohmann. Read more:

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