google.com, pub-9294893883853578, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 US President Joe Biden lifts Muslim ban on his first day in office, as promised

US President Joe Biden lifts Muslim ban on his first day in office, as promised


U.S president Joe Biden in his first order after taking the oath removed the travel ban on some Muslim and African nations placed by his precursor Donald Trump.

US President Joe Biden lifts Muslim ban on his first day in office, as promised

Biden returned to the white house late on Wednesday afternoon and right away he started signing dozen of orders that sweep aside Donald trump's policies about pandemic response and reverse his environmental agenda and anti-immigration policies. 

He also signed orders about rejoining the international Paris climate accord and also the World Health Organization, from that the ex-president had withdrawn U.S.A. membership. The new administration has expressed urgency concerning reversing several of Trump's policies on domestic and foreign problems.

US President Joe Biden lifts Muslim ban on his first day in office, as promised

Leaders around the globe said they were looking forward to cooperating with the United States in tackling world problemstogether with the coronavirus pandemic and temperature change. Others urged Biden to elevate sanctions that Trump had obligatory on their countries, hoping for a replacement era of cooperation with the United States.

Among the executive orders was one canceling the permit for the controversial Keystone XL oil and gas pipeline. The pipeline was to carry millions of gallons of petroleum from Canada to refineries in the US. Along with the project cancellation, the executive order revokes oil and gas development at national wildlife monuments. Conceived over 10 years ago, the $8 billion (€6.6 billion) pipeline has been fraught with controversy from the beginning.

Among dozens of orders was one canceling the allow for the controversial Keystone XL oil and gas pipeline. The pipeline was to carry millions of gallons of petroleum from Canada to refineries within the U.S.in conjunction with the project cancellation, the executive order revokes oil and gas development at national wildlife monuments. Conceived over ten years agone, the $8 billion (€6.6 billion) pipeline has been fraught with controversy from the start.

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