Media fawns over Biden's 'direct, conversational, under-stated' speech to Congress

Media fawns over Biden's 'direct, conversational, under-stated' speech to Congress


Members of the media praised President Joe Biden for his address to Congress, championing him for his “direct, conversational, under-stated” remarks.

“Veterans, single moms, poor kids, those suddenly without jobs and health care,” CNN White House correspondent John Harwood tweeted Wednesday. “Biden grounding his speech in plain, non-political, non-ideological language invoking the people he wants to help.”

veterans, single moms,
poor kids, those suddenly without jobs and health care

Biden grounding his speech in plain, non-political, non-ideological language invoking the people he wants to help

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— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) April 29, 2021

“Much different rhetorical style from recent predecessors,” he added. “No showmanship, poetry, lyricism, lip-biting emotion. Direct, conversational, under-stated.”

Biden addressed Congress for the first time as president on Wednesday evening in a sparsely attended event, which featured the commander in chief touting his coronavirus response and proposing more than $4 trillion in new spending.

“Now, after just 100 days,

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