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Normally, an incoming president gives a speech to a joint session of Congress the February following his inauguration.
As of this posting, there's been no such announced speech for President Biden.
Strangely enough, this hasn't made the international headlines it would have made if it were President Trump who had taken office but failed to schedule a speech amid questions about his competency.
In fact, when the question arises, it's typically followed by media reports insisting there is no constitutional requirement for a February speech to Congress-- which nearly avoids the whole question.
Within 24 hours before this post, Wikipedia's agenda editors deleted a page that said Biden would soon be scheduling his February speech to Congress.
What do you think?