America’s newly elected President Joe Biden will be sworn in today. On the very first day after taking oath, Biden (US President-Elect Joe Biden) will end Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim Travel Ban’. They will also stop the wall work on the border. As part of the steps to be taken on the first day, Biden will end the ban on entry of visitors from many Muslim-majority countries and stop the construction of a wall along the US-Mexico border. To prevent illegal immigration, Donald Trump ordered this wall to be built. Biden will rejoin the US with the Paris Climate Accord and the World Health Organization (WHO) after taking the oath. Biden will sign 17 orders after taking the oath, taking a different route from the outgoing President Donald Trump on issues related to immigration, environment, war against Covid-19 and the economy.
Earlier, outgoing US President Donald Trump greeted newly elected President Joe Biden on the last day of his term. Biden flew to Washington in an emotional manner. On Wednesday (January 20), newly elected President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will take over. Biden, who is going to be the oldest president in US history, will make his first address to the country as President soon after his swearing in. The historical speech is being prepared by Vinay Reddy, an American citizen of Indian origin, which will be based on unity and harmony.
In his farewell address, Trump said that serving on the presidency is an honor that cannot be explained. He said, “Thank you for this unprecedented privilege. It was indeed a great honor.” Trump said,” This week we started a new administration. I wish him (Biden) success to keep America safe and prosper. We wish him all the best and wish him luck.” Trump also spoke about his supporters’ January 6 attack on the US Capitol (Parliament House) in a nearly 20-minute video. He said, “All Americans were terrorized by the attack on our Capitol (Parliament House). It is an attack on everything on which we, as an American, feel proud. It can never be destroyed. Now more than ever we should unite for our shared values and rise above the feeling of partisan hatred. ”