In addition to the decisions made on the day of the inauguration, the administration of the new U.S. President Joe Biden has presented its ambitious plan of additional actions for the first 10 days in office. The document’s draft was published by CNN.
Starting Thursday, every single day until the end of the month, except this weekend, will be centered around a specific topic with a set of appropriate actions and directives.
Thus, this is what the list looks like:
- Jan. 20: Inauguration and four Crises
- Jan. 21: Covid
- Jan. 22: Economic Relief
- Jan. 23-24: Weekend
- Jan. 25: Buy America
- Jan. 26: Equity
- Jan. 27: Climate
- Jan. 28: Health Care
- Jan. 29: Immigration
- Jan. 30-31: Weekend
- February: Restoring America’s Place in the World
This Thursday, the theme of Biden’s first full day of the presidency will be coronavirus. It is planned to issue six presidential decrees and one directive.
As we reported earlier, during his inauguration, Biden urged to end the "uncivil war" between Democrats and Republicans.
“We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal,” he stated.