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What changes will Joe biden bring to the table with his presidency?

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I.Isabella

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Answered Jan 05, 2021

Now that Joe Biden has won the Presidential elections defeating outgoing president Donald Trump, people expect a lot of changes to be made during his term. There will be changes in educational policies, international relations, healthcare, to name a few. It is also said that Biden will rekindle relations with allied countries such as Japan, Europe, South Korea, and Australia.

The ‘America First’ campaign of Donald Trump that was met with so much controversy will also change because Biden said that he will recognize talent all over the world especially if they are deemed capable for the position. Biden is also seen to mend the strained relationship with Mexico by enhancing the United States – Canada – Mexico Agreement.

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Answered Jan 04, 2021

Joe Biden has spent most of his life working in politics. In January of 2021, he will begin his job as the 46th President of the United States. After the tumultuous presidency of Donald Trump, many will say that Joe Biden has his plate full to repair America.

One of the key things he plans to focus on is the current pandemic surrounding COVID-19. Many people are struggling to make ends meet, as their jobs have been affected. Along with that, the rate of people dying and getting the virus is increasing again.

Biden wants to start by lowering the spread of the virus and getting people back to work. Doing so will help repair the economy that has been impacted. Along with that, Biden wants to help the student loan crisis, by eliminating a certain amount of debt for those affected.

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Ben , Professional Gamer, Styria

Answered Dec 30, 2020

Joe Biden has taken over the white house from Donald Trump, and we are all looking up to what he has to offer the world and the United States in particular. Joe Biden would definitely be making some new approaches in the areas of climate change, healthcare, and outsourcing. His government would likely overturn the trend of declining globalization and multilateralism under President Donald J. Trump’s policies. He would definitely restore the US back to its state of democracy, welcoming people from around the world for the display of their talents and whatever they have to offer. It would form a closer relationship between the United States and its traditional allies that are in Japan, Australia, Europe, and South Korea. The win of Joe Biden would most likely reduce the friction between the United States and any other counties around the world, such as China, Iran, Germany, and many more. The policies on immigration would most likely be more flexible and more favorable.
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Brendan , Analyst, NY

Answered Dec 30, 2020

Biden has some good points and not so good moments, depending upon who you ask. Biden plans to raise taxes on income above $250,000. The one good thing Trump did is that he protected our economy. Biden is planning on overturning all the decisions of the Trump administration, especially taxes. He wants the lower-income families to have more opportunities and live more comfortably. Seniors will also obtain larger periodic raises, which would improve social security minimum benefits. He also wants to combine retirement and disability trust funds. Senator and vice president-elect Kamala Harris believes that this will better protect senior citizens and disabled Americans. On the other hand, Biden is planning on assisting community colleges and making them stronger. He has proposed making community colleges tuition-free. He wants to double the amount of Pell Grants, which are grants awarded to low-income students. His plan for higher education is set to change America’s colleges for the better.
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