Joe Biden Meets Cast of Oscar-Nominated ‘CODA’ Amidst Crushing Gas Prices, Inflation, Border Crisis

As inflation perseveres to soar, gas costs increment quickly. The southern line emergency goes ignored; President Joe Biden (D) invested energy this week welcoming Hollywood stars like the cast of the Oscar-named film CODA visited the White House.

In a video presented on First Lady Jill Biden’s virtual entertainment accounts, the cast — including Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur, Emilia Jones, and Daniel Durant — visited the White House and looked on as the U.S. Marine Band played music from the film.

Afterward, President Biden related himself with the CODA cast in the Oval Office.

I accept you comprehend the effect you had on an overall country, the president said. It helped such countless individuals.

CODA is a leader for best picture at Sunday’s Oscar service. The Apple TV+ tragedy recounts the tale of a standard hard-of-hearing family in Massachusetts and the deep pressure they experience when the family just hears part — 17-year-old Ruby (Emilia Jones) — concludes she needs to turn into a vocalist.

It is a change from the 2014 French film La Famille Bélier.

Matlin, who plays the family authority, divulged recently that Joe and Jill Biden both watched the film and adored its subject of family validness.