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Biden plans to lift Trump's immigration ban, some other orders after inauguration

Source : 112 Ukraine

He also plans to announce the composition of his team to combat coronavirus
19:47, 8 November 2020

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden
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US presidential candidate Joe Biden plans to issue executive orders canceling several of Donald Trump's orders. The Washington Post writes about this, citing its own sources in the Democratic Party.

In particular, Biden plans to renew US participation in the Paris climate agreement, as well as cancel the US withdrawal from the World Health Organization.

In addition, the politician wants to immediately lift the immigration ban, which targeted many Muslim-majority countries and restore a program that will allow people who were illegally brought to the States as children to remain in the country.

Biden also plans to announce the composition of his team to combat coronavirus.

Related: US election results: Biden supporters celebrate across cities, Trump voters protest

“On Monday, I will present a group of leading scientists and experts who will serve as transition advisors to help prepare a draft action program based on the Biden and Harris plan for Covid-19. It will take effect on January 20, 2021,” Biden said.

US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party Joe Biden was able to gain 270 votes in the electoral college, which are necessary to win the election.

As of the morning of November 8, Joe Biden has 290 electoral votes, while Donald Trump has 214.

Related: Kyiv mayor Klitschko congratulates Biden on US presidential election victory

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