, pub-9294893883853578, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Joe Biden The Next US President | 5 Major Promises Made By Joe Biden

Joe Biden The Next US President | 5 Major Promises Made By Joe Biden

Joe Biden became the 46th president of the united states and for the first time, a female vice president Kamala Harris will be at his side.

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"I promise you this I will be a president for all Americans whether you voted for me or not" Joe Biden has given his first reaction to his election victory.

5 Major Promises made by Joe Biden

1. Climate Change

In a sentence, Biden’s climate plan is a $2  trillion strategy to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, with the goal of implementing those resources within his first term and putting the US back into the Paris climate accord.  

By 2030, he wants to create net-zero emissions standards for all new buildings,  
make all new U.S.-made buses zero-emissions, as well as create 250,000 jobs plugging abandoned mines and oil wells.

By 2035, he hopes to create an electricity sector free of carbon pollution, and within the first four years of his presidency, Biden seeks to spark a second railroad revolution by expanding high-speed rail across the country. 

Importantly, 40% of this spending on infrastructure and clean energy will be directed towards historically disadvantaged and marginalized communities. In short, the Biden climate plan is fairly progressive compared to other conservative democrats, which shows that pressure from climate activists is working.  

2. Economy

Although the coronavirus pandemic would be his administration's first 
preference, Biden has pledged to pump billions into American business in what would express perhaps the biggest federal intervention in years.

He wanted to expand the use of Buy American rules to help boost domestic manufacturing and create millions of new production jobs, including a million in the auto sector.

He has expressed his support for a national minimum wage of $15 an hour, and offering loans to small and medium-sized firms hit by the pandemic.

3. Race and Inequality

"I pledged to be a president who seeks not to divide, but unify"Joe Biden

In the wake of the race protests that have gripped the US this year, he said he believes that racism exists in the US and must be dealt with through broad economic and social programs to support minorities. A pillar of his "build back" program is to create business support for minorities through a $30bn investment fund.

African-Americans need a fair shake when it comes to economic opportunity, health care, criminal justice, education, and housing 
that's why
 we'll raise the minimum wage to a living wage to $15 an hour we'll protect the affordable care act, provide 100 billion dollars in capital for minority-owned small businesses offer a real plan to tackle the student debt crisis we'll root out systemic racism on our criminal justice system.

“No one should be working a 40-hour job and still live in poverty,” Biden said.

4. Immigration

In his first 100 days in office, Mr. Biden vows to reverse Trump policies that separate parents from their children at the US-Mexican border, to end president trump's travel bans and restrictive asylum policies including the remaining Mexico program which forces migrants to wait in Mexico for months for their asylum hearings and end the bans on travel from several majority-Muslim countries.

He also promises to protect the "Dreamers" - people brought illegally to the US as children who were permitted to stay under an Obama-era policy - as well as ensure they are eligible for federal student aid.

5. Health Care

Due to Covid-19 America is one of the top countries that suffered the most and it also revealed a lot about the American health care system.
Joe Biden promised to provide

 Free COVID-19 testing for all Americans
 Emergency paid leave for workers dislocated by the pandemic
 Boosting pay for health care workers

Apart from the pandemic situation, Joe Biden shares his health care plan saying
Every American regardless of gender, race, income, sexual orientation, or zip code should have access to affordable and quality health care. I am very proud of my plan it's gotten endorsed by all the major labor unions as well as a whole range of other people who in fact are concerned about medical care.

His plan is to continue Obamacare and to make sure to reduce the premiums and drug prices by making sure that there's a competition that doesn't exist now by allowing the medicare to negotiate drug prices with the insurance companies.

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