Biden and Harris gear up for transition, checklist plans for key points on up to date web site

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While Donald Trump has still not conceded to his opponent Joe Biden within the US presidential race, the approaching chief, together with vice president-elect Kamala Harris, is transferring ahead with the transition plan.

The Biden-Harris staff has up to date its web site to showcase 4 approach areas the incoming administration will prioritise. The Biden-Harris campaign now has official social media channels as nicely – with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts utilizing the deal with @Transition46.

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On Sunday morning, the transition’s Twitter account posted a video narrated by Biden discussing his objectives for his presidency.

 

The key areas that the incoming administration will give attention to are: Covid-19, financial restoration, racial fairness and local weather change. On the challenges that the nation faces, the positioning says, “Our nation is grappling with a pandemic, an economic crisis, powerful calls for racial justice, and the existential threat of climate change. President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris know we can’t simply go back to the way things were before. The team being assembled will meet these challenges on Day One and build us back better.”

The place also features a web page dedicated to the transition course of, which it says will prioritise “diversity of ideology and background; talent to address society’s most complex challenges; integrity and the highest ethical standards to serve the American people and not special interests; and transparency to garner trust at every stage.”

This all is a marked departure from the present incumbent President Trump’s working type. The outgoing administration has all the time adopted Trump’s tweets as its orders quite than having a nicely thought out plan for the nation. Biden however, has constantly stated in his campaign speeches that “plans and transparency in implementing those” are wanted “to help the country tackle Covid-19 as well as the economic crisis post the pandemic”.

[Attribution HT]

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