Here are the top five moments from Biden's address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday night.Biden's entrance
Biden's walk to the front of the House chamber was eerie.
Normally at addresses like this, presidents are mobbed by dozens of lawmakers seeking just a couple seconds of air time on national television. Presidents shake hands, dole out slaps on the shoulder and smile as they take usually multiple minutes to make it up the aisle.
Biden Wednesday, however, was not visibly smiling -- he was wearing a mask as he walked into the chamber despite that he is vaccinated.
Biden dealt fist bumps to a handful of lawmakers, including Republicans. He got a pat on the back from Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and elbow bumped with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. But there were more open seats in the chamber than lawmakers.