`thorns` cast a shadow over Mr. Biden’s inauguration week

`thorns` cast a shadow over Mr. Biden's inauguration week 0
`thorns` cast a shadow over Mr. Biden's inauguration week 0

(Dan Tri) – President-elect Joe Biden will experience an unprecedented week of inauguration with a series of heavy tasks after he becomes the new owner of the White House.

President-elect Joe Biden arrived in his hometown of Delaware a few days before his inauguration.

Joe Biden’s senior advisors on January 17 outlined a plan for the President-elect to resolve crises, while also finding ways to balance the trial of President Donald Trump, when he takes office week.

After the riot at the Capitol building on January 6, Washington, D.C. is under the supervision of thousands of National Guards and blocked by security fences before the inauguration of President-elect Joe.

Protests in support of outgoing President Donald Trump have been planned at congressional buildings in states across the US.

`The events of the past few weeks have shown how damaged America’s soul is and how vital it is to restore it. Work will begin on January 20. We are

As Mr. Biden prepares to take office in the city – where just 2 weeks ago Mr. Trump’s supporters caused a riot to overturn the election results, the President-elect is facing crises.

Mr. Biden wants Congress to quickly pass the proposed $1,900 billion package to revive the economy.

Mr. Biden’s goal is to administer 100 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine in his first 100 days in office.

`The feasibility of his goal can be clearly seen, there is no doubt about that,` said Dr. Fauci, who will take on the role of advisor to President Biden on Covid-19.

The agenda is packed

`thorns` cast a shadow over Mr. Biden's inauguration week

Barricades were erected in Washington, DC before Mr. Biden’s inauguration.

According to AFP, the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in the Senate has cast a shadow on Mr. Biden’s path ahead.

Congressional Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Shumer have not yet announced when Trump’s impeachment trial will begin.

`I don’t think there will be a specific date when Speaker Pelosi will have to propose articles of impeachment. We understand that, under the constitution, we have a responsibility to act as quickly as possible.`

President-elect Joe Biden said he hopes Congress focuses on resolving Mr. Trump’s impeachment trial, but must also pay attention to promoting his ambitious agenda.

In an interview with Fox News on January 17, Senator Lindsey Graham, a close ally of President Donald Trump, warned that Republicans would not give President-elect Joe Biden much time to act.

However, Mr. Klain said the Senate can still consider the impeachment trial of President Trump while also addressing Mr. Biden’s new agenda.

On inauguration day, Mr. Biden is expected to sign a series of executive orders to reverse previous policies of the Trump administration, without requiring congressional approval.

According to Reuters, the decrees that Mr. Biden plans to sign on inauguration day include rejoining the Paris agreement on climate change, reversing the travel ban on citizens of some Muslim countries, opening

On his second day in office, January 21, Mr. Klain said that President-elect Joe Biden would sign executive orders related to the Covid-19 epidemic, including reopening schools and businesses.

The inauguration was unprecedented

`thorns` cast a shadow over Mr. Biden's inauguration week

National Guard protects in front of the US Capitol building on January 17.

Programs for Mr. Biden’s inauguration have been scaled back or canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

American media have reported on armed protest groups outside congressional buildings in Texas, Michigan and Kentucky.

Thousands of members of the National Guard are on duty in Washington.

President Trump has authorized the declaration of a state of emergency in Washington, effective until January 24 to ensure the safety of Mr. Biden’s inauguration.

Information from the Presidential Inaugural Committee said that after taking the oath, Mr. Biden will not march along the avenue in Washington, DC as traditional.

A special feature of this year’s presidential inauguration ceremony is that the outgoing President will be absent from the oath-taking ceremony and transfer of power to his successor.

`This will be an unprecedented inauguration, partly because of Covid-19. But we will still take the oath. And we will still do the work we are tasked with doing,` Vice President

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