Atmosphere And Jill Biden Prove they can speak from anywhere with the final interview of 2020 and beyond “Rockin ‘New Year’s Eve Dick Clark with Ryan Seacrest.”
Now that includes talking to their pics streamed from the giant Times Square Jumbotron, and answering questions from Ryan Seacrest in a winter jacket perched on the other end of the surreally deserted square.
While Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper They were throwing footage of Tequila again on the Times Square broadcast on CNN, Seacrest gave the introduction, “This is the first time, we’re now joined by President-elect Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden.”
It was unclear what part Seacrest meant by the word “first,” but the future leader of the free world taking questions about the empty Times Square was definitely new and weird.
But it’s (the end) of 2020. So after the embarrassing welcome and the faltering congratulations, Biden got to cook and get him to work.
Seacrest USA TODAY has previously told that The interview will allow Joe Biden to honor the nation’s healthcare and frontline workers during the deadly pandemic. The few people allowed to congregate at the popular destination in New York were a group of first responders, medical workers and their families.
Biden followed him with dramatic words like “Courage resides in every heart and he will be summoned one day.”
“The people we honor tonight have been called in and have come forward and have been brave. They have done a lot. They risked their lives. We owe it to them,” Biden said. “They brought the country together. It’s a big deal.”
Jill Biden, who is not a fan of the needles, has discussed receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
She said, “You have to take it. Don’t hurt. I promise.”
Interrupted her husband: “She hates needles, so this says something.”
Jill Biden added, “It doesn’t hurt and I didn’t feel any afterward.” “Everyone has to take it, so we can all be safe.”
Joe Biden then posed a question about the future of a country facing an uncontrolled pandemic, among other crises. He walked the rules in the interview that was broadcast minutes before the ball fell in Times Square to welcome 2021.
“I’m more optimistic than ever about America’s chances,” Biden said. “I’ve been around for a while.” “There was not one thing that America could not get over, no matter how strong, when we all worked together. And I’m pretty sure we’ll be back stronger than we were before.”
Jill Biden ended the interview in an attempt to blow up a prom. Naturally, no noise occurred, causing the spouses to laugh.
“They never work properly,” Seacrest said. “We wish you the best of luck in the new year.”