The event, scheduled for midday in the East Hall of the White House, will mark Biden's longest interviewing period since his election as president.
For all presidents, press conferences are a unique challenge - answering questions that have nothing to do with the topic they chose that day. To highlight the developments on the agenda, Biden plans to announce a new vaccination target after he reaches his original goal of 100 million vaccinations ahead of schedule. This fits in with his desired message about the response to the pandemic. The rest of the event will be dictated by questions from journalists.
To prepare for the event, the facilitators wrote a set of topics to discuss possible questions on a wide range of spheres. White House officials expect a number of immigration issues to arise, but are also preparing for a range of other topics, including the decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
Joe Biden's work as president is approved by 59% of American adults, while 41% of respondents said they do not support his activities. Among Democratic supporters, Biden is supported by 93% of the people. Among the independent, 60% of Americans supported Biden's work. Among GOP supporters, however, 75% said they did not approve of Biden's work.