USA Today reports:
President Joe Biden is set to deliver his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, April 28, just before he marks his 100th day in office. Biden accepted an invitation Tuesday night from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to address a joint session on that date, the White House confirmed.
The speech will allow Biden to claim progress during his first 100 days, a benchmark historically for the presidency. A time for Biden’s speech has not been announced. In a brief letter to the president, Pelosi asked Biden to “share your vision for addressing the challenges and opportunities of this historic moment.”
History will be made on April 28, 2021 when, for the first time, two women –Vice President Kamala Harris & Madam Speaker Pelosi– will be sitting behind a President of the United States during Biden’s joint address to Congress ✨
— Jake Lobin (@JakeLobin) April 14, 2021
President Biden will deliver a speech to a joint session of Congress on April 28 from the House chamber. Other aspects of the night’s format, including Covid-testing requirements and who will be able to attend in person, have yet to be finalized. https://t.co/9UL4auz5Pe
— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) April 14, 2021