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Get ready for some big changes in the next few days.
Over the weekend it was announced that Biden will be signing roughly 12 executive orders on his first day in the White House.
Biden’s orders will reverse a number of key policies put in place by the Trump administration.
Biden’s inauguration is on Wednesday, and he is planning to sign the executive orders immediately after taking office.
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The president-elect will sign roughly a dozen executive orders that day, including reversing President Trump’s travel ban on 13 majority-Muslim countries, rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and extending the pause on student loan payments, according to Ron Klain.
Biden also will initiate his “100-Day Masking Challenge” with a mask mandate on federal property and during interstate travel. Klain promised the president-elect would sign additional executive orders on climate change and health care access in the first week of the new administration.
President Trump withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement in June 2017, claiming the accord is “very unfair at the highest level to the United States.”
Biden has long said he will be rejoining the Paris agreement soon as he takes office.
President Trump has stated he will not be attending Biden’s inauguration, however VP Mike Pence is expected to attend.
The inauguration will look different this year due to the pandemic and hostile political climate in America.
There will be an unprecedented 25,000 troop security force following the events that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.
There have also been threats of violence and armed protests leading up to Biden’s inauguration.
Biden, however, has declared he is “not afraid” to take his oath outside.