Jill Biden, Nancy Pelosi invite virtual guests to Biden’s joint address

Jill Biden, Nancy Pelosi invite virtual guests to Biden’s joint address


Democrats are opting to invite “virtual guests” to President Joe Biden’s first joint address to Congress on Wednesday evening due to the limited number of people being permitted into the House chamber.  

While lawmakers are usually permitted to bring a guest to the annual speech, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has opted to dramatically cap the number of people allowed to attend the event in person, citing the pandemic for this year’s approach. 

First lady Jill Biden, who will not have a special box in the chamber for guests as is tradition, released her list of virtual guests which look to shine a spotlight on parts of the administration’s agenda that the president is expected to touch on in the address. 

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Her guest list includes DACA recipient Javier Quiroz Castro, who is now a registered nurse; Maria-Isabel Ballivian, who runs a child development center in the Virgina suburbs; Tatiana Washington, a gun-control advocate; Stella Keating, the first transgender teen to

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