MSN - AP World http://syn2.thecanadianpress.com:8080/mrss/feed/fcf7391a2f354311807f0501c16bde6a MSN - AP World Copyright © 2010-2018 The Canadian Press. All rights reserved. http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification Fri, 21 Jun 2024 10:37:56 +0000 Biden to tout wins, tease 2024 run in SOTU address http://syn2.thecanadianpress.com:8080/mrss/feed/fcf7391a2f354311807f0501c16bde6a/28fa31c926884ffdab9c3fd4f4955294 28fa31c926884ffdab9c3fd4f4955294 Mon, 06 Feb 2023 12:59:30 +0000 RESTRICTION SUMMARY:  PART MUST CREDIT NYSE/PART MUST CREDIT US DEFENSE DEPARTMENTSHOTLIST:US NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 20221. UPSOUND (English) President Joe Biden introduced before State of the Union address2. Various shots of Biden walking into House chamberUS NETWORK POOLWashington, DC - 31 January 20233. Biden gives a thumbs up as he departs the White House POOLWashington, DC - 7 January 20234. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy walking through halls of CapitolUS NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 20225. Wide shot of House chamber during Biden's 2022 State of the Union address6. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Biden, U.S. President:"The state of the union is strong because you, the American people are strong."7. Wide shot of House floor applaudingNYSE - MUST CREDIT NYSENew York, NY - 2 February 20238. NYSE Closing bellASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Chicago - 2 April 20219. Shot of trucks at an infrastructure construction siteUS NETWORK POOL ARCHIVE: Poughkeepsie, New York - 6 October 202210. Biden touring IBM facilityUS NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 25 June 202211. Biden signing gun safety legislation12. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Biden, U.S. President:"I know there's much more work to do. And I'm never gonna give up. But this is a monumental day."US NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Joint Base Andrews, Maryland - 3 November 202213. Biden waves as he walks inside Air Force OneUS NETWORK POOLRehoboth Beach, Delaware - 1 February 202314. Push into Biden's Delaware beach home, FBI agents in drivewayASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Quincy, Massachusetts – 26 March 202015. Store cashier ringing up groceriesASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Outside Mariupol, Ukraine - 24 February 202216. Shots of burning Ukrainian military truck and damaged radar installationASSOCIATED PRESS17. AP Graphic showing that 73% of the American public believes the country is headed in the wrong directionASSOCIATED PRESSChicago, Illinois - 2 February 202318. SOUNDBITE (English) William Howell, University of Chicago Professor of American Politics:"There's all kinds of uncertainty right now. There are lots of things to worry about. But we are a lot better with regard to the economy, with regard to the COVID pandemic, with regard to our standing in the world."ASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE: Long Beach, California - 6 January 202219. Hundreds of people waiting in line for hours for COVID-19 tests20. Person in blue medical gear passing out COVID-19 testsNATO TVARCHIVE: Brussels - 24 March 202221. Biden greeting German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at G7 SummitUS NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 202222. Various shots of Biden delivering 2022 State of the Union addressASSOCIATED PRESSWashington, DC - 15 November 2017 23. Dollars on a printing pressDVIDS - MUST CREDIT US DEFENSE DEPARTMENTARCHIVE: Poland - 10 January 201724. Mid of train transporting M1 Abrams TanksASSOCIATED PRESSARCHIVE - Beijing 4 March 201325. Close shot of Chinese flags outside the Great Hall of the PeopleASSOCIATED PRESSMemphis, Tennessee – 23 January. 202326. Mid of sign calling for police accountability outside Memphis City HallASSOCIATED PRESSMemphis, Tennessee - 27 January 202327. Tyre Nichols' family and attorneys at news conferenceUS NETWORK POOLWashington, DC - 2 February 202328. Biden walks onto stage at National Prayer BreakfastASSOCIATED PRESSWashington, DC - 1 February 202329. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Waldman, Former Chief Speechwriter for President Bill Clinton/President, Brennan Center for Justice:"He's the oldest president we've had. And how does he do just in this setting? He's got to show command of this podium. That's the most important thing he can do in terms of his potential presidential run." US NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 202230. Wide shot of House chamber applauding 31. UPSOUND (English) Joe Biden, U.S. President, at 2022 State of the Union:"And we will..."ASSOCIATED PRESSChicago - 2 February 202332. SOUNDBITE (English) William Howell, University of Chicago Professor of American Politics:"It's about both establishing his big D Democratic credentials while also presenting himself as a statesman."US NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 202233. Various shots of Biden delivering 2022 State of the Union addressASSOCIATED PRESSChicago - 2 February 202334. SOUNDBITE (English) William Howell, University of Chicago Professor of American Politics:"There are gonna be moments that might be poignant. But this isn't something that school children are going to be re-reading in decades to come."US NETWORK POOLARCHIVE: Washington, DC - 1 March 202235. President Biden greeting lawmakers after 2022 State of the Union addressSTORYLINE:TWO YEARS AFTER VOWING TO BRING NORMALCY AND UNITY TO THE NATION'S CAPITAL, PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN WILL DELIVER HIS SECOND STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS TUESDAY BEFORE A CONGRESS AS DIVIDED AS EVER –- AND A SKEPTICAL AMERICAN PUBLIC.MIDWAY THROUGH HIS FIRST TERM AND BEFORE A REPUBLICAN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, BIDEN WILL LOOK TO ADDRESS THE NATION WITH HIS SIGNATURE TONE OF OPTIMISM...SOUNDBITE: Joe Biden, U.S. President:"The state of the union is strong because you, the American people are strong...'"TOUTING A GROWING ECONOMY AND HOT LABOR MARKET.... AND CELEBRATING A SERIES OF BIPARTISAN WINS, FROM A SWEEPING INFRASTRUCTURE BILL TO THE CHIPS AND SCIENCE ACT AND THE FIRST GUN SAFETY LEGISLATION IN DECADES.SOUNDBITE: Joe Biden, U.S. President:"I know there's much more work to do. And I'm never gonna give up. But this is a monumental day."BUT HE'LL DELIVER HIS REMARKS UNDER A CLOUD OF UNCERTAINTY AS A SPECIAL COUNSEL INVESTIGATES HIS POTENTIAL MISHANDLING OF CLASSFIED DOCUMENTS.ADD TO THAT A THREAT OF RECESSION STILL LOOMING AND RUSSIA'S WAR IN UKRAINE STILL RAGING --  AND CONVINCING A WEARY NATION MIGHT NOT BE SO EASY. A NEW POLL FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS-NORC CENTER FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS RESEARCH FINDS THAT ONLY A QUARTER OF AMERICAN ADULTS BELIEVE THE COUNTRY IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK. SOUNDBITE: William Howell, University of Chicago Professor of American Politics:"There's all kinds of uncertainty right now. There are lots of things to worry about. But we are a lot better with regard to the economy, with regard to the COVID pandemic, with regard to our standing in the world."SO EXPECT THE PRESIDENT TO SYMPATHIZE WITH THE NATION'S ANGST -- WHILE SHINING A SPOTLIGHT ON BOTH HIS SUCCESSES AND THE CHALLENGES THAT REMAIN...FROM ADDRESSING THE NATION'S DEBT CEILING  -- TO SUPPORTING UKRAINE AND PUSHING BACK AGAINST AND INCREASINGLY AGGRESSIVE CHINA -- AND PASSING POLICE REFORM.HE'LL DO SO IN FRONT OF THE PARENTS OF TYRE NICHOLS WHO WERE INVITED TO ATTEND ADDRESS AS GUESTS OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS.BIDEN WILL USE THE SPEECH TO RENEW HIS CALL FOR POLITICAL UNITY -- WHILE AT THE SAME TIME LOOK TO CEMENT HIS APPEAL TO WAVERING (WAFFLING) DEMOCRATS AHEAD OF THE EXPECTED ANNOUNCEMENT OF HIS RE-ELECTION BID.SOUNDBITE: Michael Waldman, Former Chief Speechwriter for President Bill Clinton/President, Brennan Center for Justice:"He's the oldest president we've had. And how does he do just in this setting? He's got to show command of this podium. That's the most important thing he can do in terms of his potential presidential run." SOUNDBITE: William Howell, University of Chicago Professor of American Politics:"It's about both establishing his big D Democratic credentials while also presenting himself as a statesman."IN THE END, HOWELL SAYS WHILE A STRONG SPEECH COULD BE HELPFUL TO BIDEN, STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES DONT HAVE A LONG HISTORY OF MOVING THE POLITICAL NEEDLE.SOUNDBITE: William Howell:"There are gonna be moments that might be poignant. But this isn't something that school children are going to be re-reading in decades to come."KELLY DASCHLE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.===========================================================Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: info@aparchive.com(ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. Biden to tout wins, tease 2024 run in SOTU address