Site icon YCNews

Sitting at the resolute table, 17 orders in a row

Sitting at the resolute table, 17 orders in a row

Biden may allow the current director of the FBI to stay in office

The new official took office three times. The New York Times lamented that “this is the fast pace that no president in the modern president of the United States has ever had before!”

Screenshots of the New York Times report

On the 20th local time, Biden was sworn in and signed a series of executive orders, memorandums and instructions to various agencies at the firm table of the Oval Office of the White House.

Fox News reports that the Biden administration will resume policies that have been “seriously damaged” by Trump.

Biden press secretary Pushaki said Biden wanted to get into work as quickly as possible to “reverse the enormous harm Trump has done to the country” and achieve the goal of pushing America forward.

Biden’s 17 executive orders mainly include stopping the construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, immediately ending the relevant funding, and re-censoring and allocating funds for the construction of the wall.

These funds were originally used for military construction and anti-drug operations.

In terms of climate cooperation, return to the Paris Agreement.

Biden will restore Obama’s regime’s response to climate challenges and will “in a way that has never been done so far.”

In terms of epidemic prevention and control, Biden will rejoin the World Health Organization (WHO) and send American epidemiology expert Fauci to attend the WHO Executive Committee meeting on the 21st.

This comes after Trump and his aides have flagrantly defied public health regulations, and Biden said that the problem should be completely resolved.

He launched the 100 Day Masking Challenge, which called on all Americans to wear masks in the first 100 days of his administration.

In addition, the executive order also includes an order to provide relief to some groups of citizens suffering from the epidemic.

Biden plans to extend the suspension of student loan payments for interest and principal until at least September 30, 2021.

Exit mobile version