Biden in State of the Union address vows to ‘finish the job’
08 February 2023 | 3:41 pm
US President Joe Biden pledged to continue rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation during a speech before a divided Congress. Republicans heckled the president, booing his remarks at points during the address.
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