Details concerning President Biden’s first press conference highlighted this edition of the ‘Round-Up’. Below is a sample of what was presented. Listeners were given their chance to participate as well.
–Alabama and Georgia devastated by as many as 8 tornadoes Thursday evening that killed at least 5 and destroyed hundreds of homes.
–President Joe Biden fielded 10 questions at his first press conference that took place yesterday. Dalton looked at various points dealt with by the president as he featured audio segments from the event.
–Former President Donald Trump said that White House reporters asked Biden strange and ‘softball’ questions.
–White House Press Secretary Jen Saki revealed that President Biden and former President Barack Obama discuss policy solutions with each other.
–A top communications person in the White House has instructed federal agencies to refer to the Biden administration as the Biden-Harris administration.
–President Biden says Kamala Harris speaks for him.
–Biden appoints Kamala Harris to handle the crisis at the border.
–Biden sometimes appears to be at a loss during on-camera appearances, not sure what to do or where to go next. It happened at least twice this week, most recently on Wednesday as he gave remarks before a White House Cabinet meeting.
–A shooter from an incident at a Boulder, Colorado, grocery store, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, has been charged with 10 counts of first degree murder. His victims ranged in age from 20 to 65 years old.