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Biden marks start of presidency with flurry of executive orders

Biden marks start of presidency with flurry of executive orders

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed more than a dozen executive actions. He signed three orders in the presence of reporters, implementing a mask mandate on fed property, increasing support for underserved communities and rejoining the Paris climate accord. Biden rescinded the so-called ’Muslim ban’, an order Trump signed in 2017. He also called for a re-engagement with the WHO.

jane 3 months

executive orders are basically a tool of dictatorship. I understand that congress is impossible to get though, but the system is failing when the president rules strictly by his own decree and bypasses the checks and balances. We have those in place for a reason.

Björn Westman
Björn Westman 3 months

So “we have to listen to the science”... so what does the “science” say about masks? When it comes to spreading of viruses, “it doesn’t seem to make any difference”... But he likes mandating things...

Rocky 3 months

Nothing like sidestepping congress and trashing the constitutional process for enacting laws on your first day. Nice job Beijing Biden.🤦🏽‍♂️

Elijah 3 months

I feel like a lot of people here don't read the linked articles and just write comments based on the description. I've, admittedly, done it once or twice but realized it was a dumb thing to do and stopped.

Ali Reda
Ali Reda 3 months

He's off to a good start but we need to make sure he continues this momentum, there's a lot that needs to be done to heal our country and get us back into the right track.

Egbert 3 months

Waiting for Executive order 'Send me your Daughters' 'No Fuglies'

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 months

A dozen signatures? Bet he had to take a long nap after all that strenuous activity.

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 3 months

What kind of loser wears a mask sitting at his desk🤔

Joe 3 months

I dOnT FeEl VeRy UnITed. -Me. Still.

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