Biden’s Day 1: Out of entry ban, back to climate agreement


        <a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium" src="" alt="©" width="400" height="20" /></a><p>&nbsp;The&nbsp; future US President Joe Biden wants to implement about a dozen measures immediately after his inauguration, which also stand for the promised departure from Donald Trump's course.  Among other things, Biden will reverse the entry ban imposed by Trump on citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries on Wednesday and lead the United States back into the Paris climate agreement, said the future White House chief of staff, Ronald Klain, on Saturday.        </p><div>
        <p>After being sworn in, as part of the efforts to combat the coronavirus, Biden will also order an obligation to wear a mask, initially for 100 days, for the places where the federal government has the say - for example in government buildings.</p>            

For January 21, Klain promised a series of directives that should help fight the corona pandemic. On January 22nd, Biden will also instruct the government authorities to take immediate measures to provide economic support to people particularly affected by the crisis. More measures are to follow by February 1 to change the US’s course in the pandemic, fight climate change, promote equality between ethnic groups and rebuild the economy, Klain said. “And, President-elect Biden will show America is back and take action to regain America’s place in the world.”

Klain’s overview of the first ten days of Biden’s tenure made it clear that with the future US president, more predictability should move into the White House.

 The  Republican Trump had often surprisingly announced momentous decisions on Twitter.

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