United States President Joe Biden has been in office now for just over a week.
And, he continues to roll out a series of directives that, in many cases, overturn those of his predecessor Donald Trump.
Biden has signed executive orders to help counter the coronavirus crisis. He has also outlined a new approach on racial equality and immigration. And, this week, he moved to address climate change. He says his approach will generate jobs.
Joining the discussion:
- Eric Bolling is a political commentator and host of “America This Week”
- Joel Rubin is a Democratic strategist and President of Washington Strategy Group.
- Rafael Bernal is a staff writer for the political newspaper, The Hill.
- Brandon Brice is a political commentator and host of the radio show, “Straight Talk”.
President Joe Biden signed four executive orders to narrow America’s racial divide, including one to curb the U.S. government’s use of private prisons and another to bolster anti-discrimination enforcement in housing https://t.co/xjMKAW2WRt pic.twitter.com/Qhx7gLoYQr
— Reuters (@Reuters) January 27, 2021
Biden says his climate policies will add U.S. jobs, improve health https://t.co/m2GjnK308T
— Bloomberg (@business) January 27, 2021
President Biden has proposed a path to citizenship for nearly 11 million undocumented people — part of a sweeping plan to overhaul the U.S. immigration system. But will Congress get behind the bill? https://t.co/5HiEoCh8Ap
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 27, 2021
— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) January 27, 2021