A year on, Biden talks progress, challenges
Hindustan Times|January 21, 2022
US President says he will nominate Kamala Harris as running mate if he runs in 2024
Prashant Jha

WASHINGTON: Addressing a press conference to mark his first year in office on Wednesday, US President Joe Biden confirmed that if he runs for a second term in 2024, he would nominate vice-president Kamala Harris as his running mate again, even as he blamed Republican obstructionism for blocking progress in his first year in office.

The president commended his administration for progress in the battle against Covid-19, while acknowledging that the job remained unfinished, and battling unemployment, which was at 3.9% in December.

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