U.S. President Joe Biden provides remarks as he participates in a Munich Security Conference virtual occasion from the East Room at the White House in Washington, February 19, 2021.
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President Joe Biden stated Friday that he prepares to go to Texas next week as countless homeowners there continue dealing with power interruptions after a significant winter season storm.
Biden likewise stated he will ask the administration of the Federal Emergent Management Agency to speed up an ask for a statement of a significant catastrophe in Texas, which would maximize federal funds to assist in relief efforts there.
“As I said when I ran, I’m going to be a president for all Americans,” stated Biden, who was beat last fall in Texas’ governmental election already-President Donald Trump.
“I’m, going to sign [that] statement as soon as that remains in front of me” which “God-willing will bring relief to a lot of Texans,” the president stated.
Biden stated he had actually intended on taking a trip to Texas in the middle of next week, however warned that “I don’t want to be a burden.”
He stated that “if I can do it without creating a burden for folks, I plan on going.”
“I’ll make that decision beginning of next week,” Biden stated.