Biden spoke most about COVID and his domestic agenda during his 1st year, analysis finds

During his first year in the White House, President Biden spoke most often about the ongoing pandemic, followed by his domestic agenda, the economy, and foreign policy, purports a new analysis from CNN.

Of the at least 264 public addresses Biden has made since taking office on Jan. 20, 2021, the president has talked about COVID-19 a reported 55 times, and his domestic agenda — including the American Rescue Plan, the bipartisan infrastructure framework, and the Build Back Better Act — roughly 49 times, CNN reports.

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