Biden spoke about plans for the first hundred days of the presidency

Joe Biden, who announced his victory in the US presidential election, said that the first hundred days at the head of the country would be devoted to migration reform and the fight against coronavirus.

“I will send the immigration bill to the Senate, which will open the way to citizenship for 11 million undocumented people,” he said in an interview with NBC.

The politician added that he intends to cancel some of the decrees of the current US President Donald Trump, which, in his opinion, caused damage to the climate and human health.

Biden also said that he would not initiate an investigation into Trump and promised to focus on restoring American society’s self-confidence.

At the same time, the politician noted that his rule would not be the “third term” of Barack Obama, during which he served as Vice President for eight years. “We are facing a completely different world. President Trump has changed the landscape. Now it’s “America first,” meaning “America Alone,” Biden added.

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