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    In July 4th message, Biden says liberties are under attack, calls for “principled patriotism”

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    “From the deepest depths of our worst crises, we always rise to our highest heights,” Biden said in a statement at the White House (Image: REUTERS/Tom Brenner)

    In a message to celebrate the Independence Day From United Statesthe president Joe Biden said on Monday that freedoms were under attack and urged citizens to engage in “principled patriotism” as the country faced economic challenges and national divisions.

    “From the deepest depths of our worst crises, we always rise to our highest heights,” Biden said in a statement at the White House. “We have been tested before, just as we are being tested today, but we have never failed because we have never strayed from the fundamental beliefs and promises that define this nation.”

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    Without citing her specifically, Biden appeared to mention the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the historic Roe v. Wade that protected women’s rights to have abortions, while also noting the challenges Americans face economically.

    “Our economy is growing, but not without pain. Freedom is under…aggression, both here and abroad,” she said.

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    Biden insisted on unity despite divisions in the country.

    “On this day, in the midst of the storm and conflict, may we commit to principled patriotism,” he said. “I believe we are more united than divided. Even more, I believe it is a choice we make, and I believe it is within our power to choose unity and unity of purpose”.

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    Source: Moneytimes

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