Jan. 22, 2022
President Joe Biden calls for continuing partnership in address to US mayors .
The president of the United States, His Excellency Joe Biden addressed the conference of US mayors at the closing of their 90th Winter meeting in Washington DC.
President Biden began by thanking the mayor of Miami who doubles as the president of the majors conference for his kind introductory remarks.
President Biden named the mayors in his cabinet he appointed to show how important mayors are in the running of their cities, states, and country
He congratulated the mayors who came together in close to 300 in numbers, signing a letter to Federal authorities to pass the infrastructure bill.
President Biden said cities and states are already using some of the money to improve on their infrastructures as well as the building of others new.
The successes of the American rescue plan were given, including money that was directly given to cities to address budgetary issues related to Covid19 and recovery.
The president often said it was because of the mayors that certain bills of his could be passed through Congress and cherished working in partnership with the mayors in the realization of many projects, a number of the majors he called out by names
President Biden said his administration had drastically reduced child poverty in America, through the Child tax credits.
The president said more than 15 Nobel prize winners in economics have said his build-back better plan will cut the inflation, as he made a case for passage of his bill back better plan.
. The president said unemployment fell to the lowest in UD history in 2021 under his administration.
The mayors were congratulated for the everyday activities of cities like public transportation, picking up trash, fire rescue work , public safety and security and job creation .
President Biden assured the mayors of his continuous support and partnerships.
Dr Ntuba Thompson Akwo is an International political leader, physician, and communicator. Certified professional and expert Global health USA. Adviser of prime ministers and presidents.