U.S. President Joe Biden has given his first major news conference since taking office two months ago.He answered questions from reporters at the White House and he covered a wide range of topics. Biden talked about everything from his response to fighting COVID-19, to the economy, and immigration problems at the U.S-Mexico border. He also addressed China-U.S. relations and his plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
Joining the discussion:
- Joel Rubin is a democratic strategist and former deputy assistant secretary of state
- Eric Bolling is a best-selling author and political commentator.
- Qinduo Xu is Senior Fellow at the Pangoal Institution, and host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend.
- Nathan King is CGTN White House correspondent
U.S. President Biden took questions from reporters in his first formal news conference as president, and a lot of it was about China.
See what Biden had to say.https://t.co/tzOlbDscKF
— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) March 25, 2021
US President Biden says plans are underway to provide journalists access to border facilities, but didn’t provide a timeline on when that would happen https://t.co/RKCgDOQNIS
— CNN International (@cnni) March 25, 2021