Biden campaign announcement makes no mention of any bills he signed
Biden's announcement video also hits 'MAGA extremists' across country
President Joe Biden has declared his intent to run for president again in the 2024 election cycle. However, his campaign announcement video failed to mention any of the bills he has signed into law.
On Tuesday morning, Biden's campaign released his three-minute announcement video, which begins with footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol protest. It hits "MAGA extremists" across the country, saying that they are "cutting Social Security," "dictating what health care decisions women can make" and "banning books."
It also reiterates his 2020 campaign message of fighting for the "soul of our nation," uniting the country and defending the middle class.
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"This is not a time to be complacent," Biden says in the video. "That's why I'm running for reelection. Because I know America. I know we are good and decent people."
"And I know we are still a country that believes in honesty and respect and treating each other with dignity," he adds. "That we're a nation where we give hate no safe harbor. And we believe that everyone is equal and that everyone should be given a fair shot to succeed in this country."
Conspicuously left unmentioned throughout the announcement is Biden's signature legislative win, the Inflation Reduction Act, which is the Democrats' $739 billion climate and tax bill that enables the federal government to distribute more than $350 billion in loans and grants to green energy projects nationwide.
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Biden's campaign also chose to leave out the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan during the COVID-19 pandemic, which economists warned would worsen the United States' economic outlook.
The announcement did not mention his gun safety bill that followed the 2022 school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, a measure that Biden said didn't achieve everything he wanted, and gun control activists panned it for not going far enough.
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Meanwhile, Biden's campaign website does not currently have an "about" or "issues" section that lists his accomplishments or agenda. Instead, it contains donation and volunteer sections.
Biden enters the 2024 presidential election vastly unpopular among Americans. His approval rating hovers around 42%, according to FiveThirtyEight.
Fox News Digital's Lawrence Richard contributed to this report.