JOE Biden took office as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021.
Since being elected, he has made his way across the country and overseas performing presidential responsibilities.
President Joe Biden
Where is Joe Biden?
President Joe Biden toured an engineering research and training facility in Greensboro, North Carolina on April 14, 2022.
He spoke about his efforts to expand manufacturing, rebuild supply chains, and reduce inflation across the country.
Biden chose to visit Greensboro for their exemplary “regional manufacturing ecosystem,” and said he hopes to emulate it across the country.
This was Biden’s first trip to North Carolina since he visited Fort Bragg in November 2021.
He is speaking at NCA&T to promote the Bipartisan Innovation Act which is intended to diversify and improve STEM education and will promote manufacturing and development throughout the country.
Joe Biden was elected president in 2020Credit: The Mega Agency
Why did former President Barack Obama visit The White House?
On April 5, 2022, President Joe Biden was seen at the White House alongside former President Barack Obama to discuss his Affordable Care Act, which was signed 12 years ago.
“It is good to be back in the White House,” Obama said, via CBS News.
“It’s been a while. I confess, I heard some changes have been made by the current president since I was last year. Apparently, Secret Service agents have to wear aviators now. The Navy mess has been replaced by a Baskin Robbins.
“And there’s a cat running around, which I guarantee you, Beau, it’s funny, would have been very unhappy about. But coming back, even if I have to wear a tie, which I very rarely do these days, gives me a chance to visit with some of the incredible people who serve this White House and serve this country every single day.”
Obama’s visit comes amid Biden’s plans to expand on the Affordable Care Act in hopes of lowing the cost of health care for millions of Americans.
A new rule that was proposed by the Treasury Department would enable family members who must pay more than 10% of their income for health care coverage to get financial help, CBS News reports.
“As a result, 200,000 uninsured people are expected to gain coverage and nearly a million more are expected to see lower premiums every day,” a senior administration official told reporters.
If signed, the rule would not go into effect until January 2023, but the official notes that Biden would sign an executive order “directing agencies to do everything within their power to make health care more accessible and affordable.”
“The bottom line is this — the Affordable Care Act is stronger now than it’s ever been,” Biden said at the time.
The meeting comes just days after Biden delivered remarks at a commissioning ceremony of the Navy vessel, USS Delaware.
He was accompanied by First lady Jill Biden for the commissioning of the 377-foot-long vessel.
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