Biden Promises More COVID-19 Relief
Calling the $900 billion bill just passed by Congress a "down payment," President-elect Joe Biden promises more help for American families. NBC's Alice Barr reports.
WASHINGTON (NBC News) — President-elect Joe Biden addressed the nation ahead of the holidays Tuesday, urging Americans to stay vigilant against COVID-19.
“Our darkest days in the battle against COVID are ahead of us, not behind us,” he warned.
President-elect Biden also commented on the suspected Russian cyber attacks that infiltrated U.S. government agencies and private businesses.
“This assault happened on Donald Trump’s watch, he wasn’t watching,” he said, adding “Rest assured that even if he does not take it seriously, I will.”
The president-elect also promised more help for the battered U.S. economy, vowing to negotiate another round of stimulus money.
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