As Biden’s final speech in office draws near, the VP is using a speech bubble translator that is designed to allow him to deliver the speech in full, without any sound effects, which has become a hallmark of his presidency.
“We have a lot of work to do, but the president is an innovator and a visionary and he is willing to make some changes in order to make the transition to a new administration easier,” said Sarah Sanders, Biden’s speech translator.
Sanders said Biden has spoken at the White House with the intention of being in full frame and in sync with the President as he delivers his remarks.
But in his last major speech in February, the President said he would use the speech bubble to “give the speech I wanted to give.”
Biden made it clear in his inaugural address that the speech will be in full audio and video form and will not be recorded.
The speech bubble has been the focus of controversy, and many have criticized the use of the device in recent years as well as the Vice President for having to use it to deliver his speech.
Sanders defended Biden’s use of speech bubbles, calling them “the best tool we have.”
“They make it easier to listen to and more importantly, easier to speak,” she said.
Biden has been using speech bubbles since his inauguration.
Sanders also said Biden’s office has worked with the VP on his speech delivery, including adding speech bubbles to his podiums and moving his microphone closer to the President’s face.
Biden said in his speech in January that he wanted to “create a new era of trust and optimism” and that the VP has been instrumental in that goal.
He also said he wanted the speech to be as clear as possible, and he used the speech bubbles in his first speech in Washington, D.C., in 2017 to say, “Trust me, I know what I’m talking about.”
The VP has made it known that he wants to continue using speech-bubble technology as the transition moves ahead.
“I believe the speech is not perfect, but I believe it’s very close,” he told a reporter in April.
“It is very good at getting through difficult moments, and I think it’s also good at allowing the president to do his job,” Sanders added.
Biden’s new speech translator, which Sanders said the VP will be using during his final years in office, is being developed by his speech and technology team.
“He’s a very good listener, so he knows what he’s talking about,” Sanders said.
“The speech will not sound as if it’s from the President, but it will be from the VP, and the speech can be in sync.”
Sanders said that while the speech and translator may be used in the White Hall for the VP’s final address, it will also be used during the speech at the State of the Union, as well.
The VP will also use the translator in the Oval Office during his speech, Sanders said, but Biden has yet to decide if the speech should be made with the speech-boom device or a separate speakerphone.
“As we continue to work with the president, we’re going to continue to make sure that we make sure the speech speaks from the heart,” Sanders told reporters.
The Vice President said that Biden is “trying to create a new atmosphere for the country,” and he wants it to be “transparent, and that it reflects the best values of our country.”
Biden is planning to make several announcements about his legacy and his agenda during his time in office.
The first announcement will be his inauguration, with Sanders telling reporters that the Vice president is hoping that “there’s a lot that he’ll be able to accomplish in his final term.”
Biden will be inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2021, and Sanders said he expects the Vice to deliver a speech “that is very specific, very specific about what he wants the country to be doing.”
The speech will address the economic recovery, the need for bipartisanship and the need to rebuild America.
“That’s going to be very specific,” Sanders continued.
“And so the President is going to do everything he can to be there, and then when he does get there, I think we’re just going to see a lot more of his speech that is very, very clear and very, much focused on what he thinks we”
There’s going also going be a very clear vision for the future of this country, and his job is to deliver that,” she added.
“And so the President is going to do everything he can to be there, and then when he does get there, I think we’re just going to see a lot more of his speech that is very, very clear and very, much focused on what he thinks we