President Joe Biden hosted governors from both sides of the aisle at the White House on Tuesday night for a dinner that he said was an example of the “bipartisan progress” that can be achieved when lawmakers work together.
At the dinner, Biden highlighted the need for cooperation between Democrats and Republicans in order to get “big things done.” He also praised the progress made in areas such as infrastructure and the COVID-19 pandemic response.
The governors in attendance included both Democrats and Republicans from states such as Arizona, Ohio, and South Dakota. The dinner was part of the White House’s ongoing efforts to reach out to both sides of the aisle in order to work together on matters of national importance.
Biden stressed the importance of unity in his remarks, saying that the dinner was a sign of the “bipartisan progress” that can be achieved when lawmakers work together. He also emphasized the need for bipartisan cooperation in order to tackle the nation’s most pressing issues.
The dinner was part of a series of meetings and events that the Biden administration has held in order to reach out to both sides of the aisle. The White House has also hosted several bipartisan meetings on topics such as infrastructure, the economy, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The dinner served as a reminder of the importance of bipartisanship in order to get things done. Biden expressed his hope that the dinner would serve as an example of what can be achieved when lawmakers from both parties come together to work towards a common goal.