Winning was one of President Trump’s favorite things! I can think of only one major thing President Trump wanted to do but couldn’t: impose term limits for Congress and The Senate.
He kept his campaign promises; in fact, he is the only man I have ever seen in office who actually kept his promises to The American People.
Now we have this guy: Broken Word Biden.
He just can’t seem to keep his word to The American People! He promises them one thing and then tries to give them another according to many sources……even the left leaning ones.
Have a look:
The Daily Wire had more on the story:
“It should be a national priority to get our kids back into school and keep them in school,” Biden said. “If Congress provides the funding, we need to protect students, educators and staff. If states and cities put strong public health measures in place that we all follow, then my team will work to see that the majority of our schools can be open by the end of my first 100 days.”
Could you help us understand what the White House’s, or what the president’s definition of open schools is? Does it mean teachers in classroom teaching students in classroom or does it just mean kids in classroom with a remote screen? Help us understand,” a member of the press briefing audience asked.
Psaki responded, “Sure, his goal that he set is to have the majority of schools, so more than 50 percent, open by day 100 of his presidency. And that means some teaching in classrooms. So at least one a day week, hopefully it’s more. And obviously it is as much as is safe in each school and local district.”
Fox News reported:
Biden has repeatedly called for "most schools" to reopen within 100 days of his presidency. In a meeting with 30 governors in December, Biden emphasized school reopenings as a key initial step in his incoming administration’s plan to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm going to ask that we’re going to be able to open schools at the end of one hundred days," Biden said during the call. "That's going to take a lot of money, but we know how to do it. If we have the money and the funding everything from ventilation to more teachers to smaller class sizes – a whole range of things."
In a pre-Super Bowl Sunday interview, Biden reiterated his call for kids to return to classrooms. He also said to expect the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to release "science-based" guidelines later this week on requirements for school reopenings – despite the agency having released guidelines back in September.