Biden promised Americans a “brighter future”

US President Joe Biden promised Americans a “brighter future” during his speech in front of the White House in honor of US Independence Day. His words are reported by RIA Novosti.

The American leader noted that the United States declared independence from the “distant kingdom” of Great Britain 245 years ago, and now they need to do the same with the coronavirus. After that, the country will see a “brighter future”, he assured.

The President also drew attention to the fact that the disease has not yet been defeated, and dangerous varieties of the virus continue to appear. For the final recovery of the economy and victory over the coronavirus, Biden advised citizens to get vaccinated. “This is the most patriotic thing you can do,” he stressed.

Earlier it became known that more than half of US residents approved the work of Joe Biden in the fight against the pandemic. According to the poll, 62 percent of Americans approve of the president’s handling of the country’s coronavirus, 31 percent disapprove, and 7 percent refrained from answering.

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