Washington — Celebrating the United States On Independence Day, President Joe Biden said Monday that U.S. freedom was being attacked, asking citizens to engage in "principle patriotism" while the country faces economic challenges and national divisions. Prompted.
"From the deepest part of the worst crisis, we have always risen to higher heights," Biden said in a statement at the White House. "We have been tested before, just as we are tested today, but we have never failed because we have never deviated from the basic beliefs and promises that define this country."
Without quoting, Byden says he will strike the Roe v. Wade case, which protects women's right to abortion, while paying attention to the financial challenges Americans face. It seems to have acknowledged the Supreme Court's recent decision.
"Our economy is growing, but it's not painless. Freedom is being beaten at home and abroad," he said.
Biden urged unity despite domestic divisions.
"In the midst of a storm and conflict, can we put ourselves in principle patriotism on this day," he said. "We believe that we are united rather than divided. Moreover, it is the choice we make, and the choice of unity and unity of purpose is within our power. I believe. "(Report by Jeff Mason, edited by David Gregorio)