On 20th January 2021, Democrat Joe Biden took oath as 46th president of the United States while Kamala Harris took over as the first female vice president of the United States. In his first day of Office, US president Joe Biden signed on a slew of executive orders. Many of the matters that received his urgent attention were the ones that he had spoken about in his campaign as well. Most notably he reversed a number of policies that Donald Trump administration had adopted. The orders included keeping the United States in the World Health Organization, ending the ban on entries from mostly Muslim-majority countries, bolstering environmental protections and strengthening the fight against Covid-19. Also among the directives was a halt to construction of the wall on the US-Mexico border, and efforts to expand diversity and equality for minority groups in the federal government. Biden also announced that the US will rejoin the Paris climate treaty from which the country had pulled out during the Trump administration.
“Some of things we are going to be doing are going to be bold,” he said in the Oval Office.
It is very clear that the new US President is set to reverse some of the key policies of the previous administration. It is also known that Biden has been a critic of Trump’s immigration policies. This will affect people in other countries as well, including those in India. So, Let’s put things in an Indian perspective. Let’s talk about that in today’s video.
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