Barack Obama wishes US President Joe Biden “friend and brother” on his 79th birthday

As United States President Joe Biden celebrated his 79th birthday on Saturday, former President Barack Obama took to the microblogging platform Twitter to wish him a happy birthday. In a tweet, Obama wrote: “Happy Birthday to my friend and brother @POTUS!”. Throughout the eight years at the helm of Obama, Biden has been his vice president, while working together in their political careers for years.

Additionally, in his post, Obama highlighted the approval of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, which is seen as a great victory for the Biden administration. “Thank you for giving us all the gift of better infrastructure. I am grateful for all you are doing to rebuild this country for the better,” Obama added.

Biden signed $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure plan

According to The hill, Biden has now deferred his efforts on the Build Back Better Act after enacting the country’s infrastructure bill. The report adds that it is highly unlikely that Republicans will approve of the plan. On Monday, Biden had signed a $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure plan that is expected to fix the country’s outdated transportation and telecommunications networks. It will also support the development of the country’s infrastructure.

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, according to the White House, will re-authorize ground transportation projects for five years, until fiscal year 2026. It will authorize water, electricity and broad-based infrastructure programs. tape, as well as emergency distribution. additional allowances.

Meanwhile, the Congressional Budget Office provided a price estimate for Biden’s plan on Thursday, estimating it would add $ 367 billion to the country’s debt over ten years.

US officials wish President Biden his birthday

Besides Obama, Vice President Kamala Harris, who had served as Acting President the day before Biden’s regular colonoscopy, shared a photo and wished, “I wish you a good and happy day, @POTUS. birthday !”

Additionally, US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg also wished Biden his birthday and wrote, “Happy Birthday, @POTUS! Thank you for your long-standing commitment to the American people and for keeping your promises to #BuildBackBetter. Grateful to serve under your direction.

Alongside Buttigieg, US Representative Gabrielle Giffords wished the US President while sharing a video of the two nudging and wrote, “Happy Birthday, @JoeBiden! Your compassion and integrity in the Oval Office is what our country wants. Thank you for being the #GunSafetyPresident we need. “

(Image: Twitter / @Barakobama)

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