Democrat Joe Biden, who had previously announced his victory in the U.S. presidential election, shared his plans for the first 100 days of his presidency.
He said his administration would devote that time to migration reform and the fight against coronavirus.
“I will send the Senate an immigration law to enable more than 11 million unregistered people to obtain citizenship,” Biden told NBC.
The politician also added that he intends to repeal some of the decrees of current U.S. President Donald Trump, which, in his opinion, have caused harm to the environment and health of Americans.
On 3 November the presidential elections were held in the USA, the main candidates for the post of head of state are Democrat Joe Biden and the incumbent president, Republican Donald Trump.
On November 7, the leading American mass media – ABC News, FOX News, CNN, AP, and NBC – announced the victory of Democrat Joe Biden at the presidential elections in the USA. Officially, the results have not been summed up yet.
Biden was congratulated by many world leaders, including the King of Saudi Arabia, the UN Secretary-General, the Presidents of Turkey and Slovenia.