Al Drago – Pool / Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden delivers remarks during a virtual Leaders Summit on Climate with 40 world leaders at the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. (Al Drago – Pool / Getty Images)
The Biden administration’s two-day virtual climate summit got a shaky start as technical difficulties plagued speeches by Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden.
Harris and Biden kicked off the Leaders Summit on Climate Thursday morning with two separate speeches about climate change in the United States.
However, both speeches were hard to hear because of an awful microphone echo.
Biden’s Earth Day climate summit kicks off with a grand NatoGeo-style space footage opener (only missing the David Attenborough voiceover) and speeches from the VP and Biden, unfortunately marred by an awful microphone echo.
You can watch it here:https://t.co/OUQgVdmqJN
— Alexander Kaufman (@AlexCKaufman) April 22, 2021