On Wednesday (January 20), US President Joe Biden signed an executive order reversing a number of ideological decisions made by his predecessor, Donald Trump. He signed the orders just hours after being sworn in on Capitol Hill as the new president.The executive order, signed by the president, includes halting construction of the US-Mexico border wall, canceling the process of leaving the World Health Organization, rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and revoking approval for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, the report said. He has also taken steps like the ‘Mask Mandate’ to control the corona virus epidemic, including providing 100 million vaccines in 100 days.
New President Biden has ordered the lifting of travel bans imposed during the Trump administration. Citizens of eight countries, including Chad, Iran, Somalia, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen, were barred from entering the United States. The White House, led by Biden, called the policy “derived from religious animosity and xenophobia.”Biden’s first 15 executive steps are effectively running counter to Trump’s key policies over the past four years. On the other hand, Donald Trump is said to have started the work of forming a new political organization called ‘Patriot Party’.