Biden: White supremacists ‘most unsafe people’ in America

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Since being banned from Facebook and Twitter in the wake of the attack on the US Capitol, Mr Trump had been unusually subdued as he settled into post-presidency life at his private club in Florida.

Instead, Mr Trump suggested he was considering launching his own platform to communicate with his supporters.

"As far as 24, too early to say, but I see a lot of great polls out there, that's for sure", said Trump.

With his impeachment trial concluded, Mr Trump's reappearance on cable news suggests he may be preparing to resume his public profile.

Trump appeared shocked by Biden's answer and spoke about the moment Wednesday night with Newsmax TV's Greg Kelly.

"I won't say yet, but we have tremendous support", he told Newsmax. "You look at the questions they're asked compared to the questions that I was asked - I don't care if they ask me tough questions but let it be the same at least".

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"When some of you were in here when I was with the business community, I said I want to make it clear I'm a labor guy and there's no reason why it's inconsistent with businesses growing either", said Biden. "Figure that one out".

Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris met with leaders including Richard Trumka, president of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations; Terry O'Sullivan, president of Laborer's International Union of North America; and Sean McGarvey, president of North America's Building Trades Union; who the president said "have been my friends for a long, long, long time".

The Biden administration has downplayed the efforts of the previous administration in aiding the development and distribution of COVID vaccines.

The press secretary said Biden strongly believes teachers should be "prioritized" for vaccinations, which is happening in about half of USA states.

"He's either not telling the truth or he's mentally gone", he said.

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