Joe Biden pledges to implement immigration reform, fight the COVID-19 epidemic and reverse Trump’s environmental orders.
US President-elect Joe Biden announced an action plan for the first 100 days in office. He stated this in an interview with NBC on Wednesday, November 25.
“I will send an immigration bill to the United States Senate that will allow more than 11 million unregistered people in America to obtain citizenship … I also intend to do away with some, I think, very harmful executive orders signed by the President (Trump) that have significantly contributed to the worsening of the climate and made us less healthy,” Biden said.
Biden said he will make sure that the states affected by the coronavirus pandemic receive “immediate help”, although he did not specify how he would do that.
“This is more than just a financial crisis – it is a crisis that causes real mental stress for millions of people,” the US President-elect explained.
At the same time, Biden added that he did not plan to initiate an investigation into Trump after the inauguration.
“I will not do what this president does and use the Justice Department as my vehicle to insist that something happen,” Biden said.
We will remind that earlier Trump ordered to initiate power transition to Biden. The head of state said that he continues to fight for the results of the elections and is confident in his victory, however, he ordered his team to begin the transfer of power.
At the same time, Trump later announced a major election lawsuit. The new lawsuit allegedly reveals in the smallest detail all the election fraud, Donald Trump claims.
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