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President Biden Reverses Trump Travel Ban On Nigeria And Other Countries

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The 46th United States President, Joe Biden shortly after his inauguration into office has swung into the action of strengthening what he considers anti ally policies by his predecessor, Donald Trump.

Biden in his first executive order has reversed Trump’s policies on coronavirus pandemic, climate change, and Immigration.

He has canceled the ban which seeks to restrict travel to the United States by mostly Arab countries and by extension Muslim nations.

The countries consist of the following; Chad, Eritrea, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Venezuela, North Korea, Yemen, Syria, Somalia, Libya, and Iran.

Enthusiastic by his first day as the most powerful president on the planet, Biden rolled out 15 presidential orders and two action items before the end of his first day in office.

On policy concerning the control of the global pandemic, President Biden has made it mandatory for all Americans to wear a face mask in all federal buildings and during inter-state travel.

In his statement, Biden reiterated his stance to reporters that, “It’s requiring, as I said all along, where I have authority, mandating masks be worn, social distancing be kept on federal property,”

He has also reversed the order for the United States to join the World Health Organisation (WHO) which Trump taunted and the Paris Climate Change Agreement.

He also directed the Custom and Immigration to revert action which causes family separation.

The US- Mexico border wall construction has been trashed, while two other orders were targeted on providing succor to American citizens who lost their jobs as a result of the coronavirus.

In his quest to make every American citizen equal, Biden signed another order to address racial disparities and inequality within the US government and its operations.

He directed the federal bureaucracy to review every clause that seeks to isolate some group based on racial inclination on how resources are allocated.

By this action, the 1776 Commission, the Trump administration signed into law last September is hereby dissolved.

The next order Biden signed was for the protection of citizens from sex discrimination in the workplace and the protection of the LBGTQ Americans.

He promised to roll out up to 53 orders in the next 10 days of his stay in office.