Biden will go to the Oval Office in which he has a big problem. Here are what they are.

President-elect Joe Biden faced a terrible battle on his way to the White House.

 

Biden will go to the Oval Office in which he has a big problem. Here are what they are.

But the challenges are not over.

 

Biden will inherit a nation that is still reeling from the Coronavirus epidemic, economic downturn, racial injustice, and growing unrest over growing concerns about climate change.

 

And he will deal with all of them, including Republicans, who are still in control of the Senate.

 

Here are some of the top ones Biden will face in the presidency.

 

COVID-19

The coronavirus epidemic is far away. Matters are on the rise across the country, as many states are in the eighth month of implementing some form of social distance guidance.

 

A record 121,888 new COVID-19 infections were added’ nationwide on Thursday. More than 231,000 people in the United States have died from the virus, and more than 900,000 Americans have contracted it.

 

During the campaign, Biden outlined some of the things he would do to deal with COVID-19.

 

Earlier, he said he would contact governors to help implement the mask mandate. If denied, the former vice president said he would approach local officials.

 

Biden also said he would launch a national plan to increase testing for the virus, implement national guidelines to reopen it to states under the guidance of scientists, and said a coronavirus vaccine would be available. Will be free later.

 

Although experts say at least one vaccine candidate could receive FDA approval by the end of the year, it could take months for more than 300 million people living in the United States to receive a single vaccine, the world's only 7 billion. Leave the people

 

Now, as president, Biden will have to carry out his plan instead of what he would have done if he had been Commander-in-Chief.

 

Economy

 

Although Biden will need to deal with the epidemic, he will also need to deal with the country's economic recovery after facing a recession as a result of the epidemic.

 

In a speech last month about his response to COVID-19, Biden said that if elected, he would give Congress a desk bill on his desk to deal with the virus. It also includes funds to deal with public and economic aspects.

 

During the transition, Biden said in October, "During the transition, I will be in touch with every governor in each state, red and blue, as well as mayors and local officials, to find out what help they need and how much they need it." “Speech

 

He added: "I will ask the new Congress to put a bill on its table with all its resources by the end of January, so that both our public health and our an economic response can be seen by the end."

 

Biden is not specific about what his stimulus plan will be, and has previously said: "We should provide the money that the House has given so that people need to keep their businesses open. Get help. "

 

Earlier this year, Congress passed a Coronavirus stimulus package, which included 200,200 stimulus checks for many Americans. But Congress has not passed a new round of legislation in months.

 

But Biden has drawn up a plan for unemployment benefits, which he says will be a health unemployment initiative to help all workers facing job losses due to the CoVID-19 crisis. Will create such schemes to provide unemployment benefits to the unemployed. But the benefits will be denied’ for a number of reasons, the COVID-19 crisis will extend unemployment insurance and emergency compensation will guarantee sick leave and care leave.

 

Racial injustice

Black voters paved Biden’s road to the White House in the early and late days of the election, where many of Biden's votes came from voters in Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Atlanta.

 

But black Americans, along with white allies and others of color, continue to take to the streets across the country for their involvement in police firing and racial injustice.

 

Biden, who has publicly used the phrase "black lives meter," has launched a plan that includes a range of policies to combat systemic racism, including in black-owned small businesses. Investing is to create new tax debt to help black Americans buy homes, and historically invest in black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

 

President-elects will need to address racial tensions across the country in the immediate future and not just point to their own agenda.

 

Stephanie Brown James, who led Obama's 2012 U.S. effort to engage African American leaders and voters and co-founder of the Collective PAC, told the United States today that activists within the movement called for Biden's presidency. Will not remain silent

 

He said he expects the administration to set up a number of community task forces, including the "Black Life Meters".

 

"Biden and Harris will continue to be pressured to keep their promises," he said. "Congress is going to be under a lot of pressure to do the same."

 

Climate change

Just one day after the general election, Biden promised to join the Paris Climate Agreement on the first day of his presidency, a plan signed by the Obama administration to tackle climate change.

 

Activists may want to see more of the former vice president instead of signing the Paris Agreement when he becomes vice president.

 

Over the past several months, several hurricanes have affected the United States and its environs. In addition, fires on the west coast have destroyed thousands of miles of land.

 

Young voters and progressives are likely to suppress Biden. Biden Green does not support the New Deal, but "released his plan with the goal of achieving a 100% clean energy economy and reaching net-zero emissions by 2050."

 

Progressives, like Waleed Shahid, the Democrats' director of communications, said activists wanted to see Biden pass an economic stimulus package that includes financial support to combat systemic racism and climate change.

 

"Progressives are really focusing on how bold, how big, and what will lead our country to a solution to the great crisis we are going through," he said. They said.

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