In less than 24 hours Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.
He inherits a nation in crisis from the coronavirus pandemic to an economy in tatters and political violence on the rise. Much of it, because of policies enacted by his predecessor Donald Trump. Biden will spend his first 100 days in office reversing some of Trump’s actions in a bid to heal a divided nation, but can the incoming administration deliver on its promise?
CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg has a report.
- Brandon Brice is a political commentator and host of the radio show, “Straight Talk”.
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After weeks of Republican infighting over President-elect Biden's victory, which culminated in the deadly siege of the Capitol two weeks ago by supporters of President Trump, Democrats are now racing to help Biden get to work on day one. https://t.co/j7vZ9pWC1d
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