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    PRESIDENT Joe Biden has sign more than a dozen executive orders since taking office on January 20. To date, President Biden has signed a record 25 executive orders within his two weeks in office, the most by a new president in modern US history. 5Joe BidenCredit: AFP or licensors What executive orders are Biden signing today? Biden will sign an executive order at 4:15 on February 24, 2021 targeting the country's supply chains for semiconductors and other critical areas.  The White House said the order will enforce an "immediate" 100-day review across federal agencies to address the vulnerable areas in supply chains for semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, critical minerals and large-capacity batteries. Before signing the executive order, Biden is expected to hold a meeting about the semiconductor shortage with Democratic and Republican lawmakers. What executive orders did Biden sign on February 2, 2021 On February 2, 2021, President Biden will...
    President Joe Biden said Tuesday that there has been “a lot of talk, with good reason” about the high number of executive orders he has signed and added that he wasn’t “making new law,” but “eliminating bad policy.” Biden addressed the press in the Oval Office prior to signing three new executive orders geared towards rolling back immigration policies from former President Donald Trump’s administration. (RELATED: White House Press Secretary Accuses Washington Examiner Reporter Of Twisting Biden’s Words ‘Out Of Context’) “Today I’m going to sign a few executive orders to strengthen our immigration system, building on the executive actions I took on day one to protect dreamers and to end the Muslim ban and better manage our borders. And that’s what these three different executive orders are about,” Biden began. Biden has signed a record number of executive orders since taking office on Jan. 20, after he pledged...
    PRESIDENT Joe Biden has sign more than a dozen executive orders since taking office on January 20. To date, President Biden has signed a record 25 executive orders within his two weeks in office, the most by a new president in modern US history. 5Joe BidenCredit: AFP or licensors What executive orders are Biden signing today? On February 2, 2021, President Biden will sign executive orders to launch a task force to reunite families separated at the border under Donald Trump administration. Biden's latest executive orders will also begin a review of a Trump-era program that has forced tens of thousands of people to remain in Mexico while their asylum cases are processed. Biden's actions are part of his latest effort to undo former President Trump's immigration legacy and offer a sharp change on the issue. 5Joe Biden has signed a record 25 executive orders during his first two weeks...
    The revolving door of executive orders continues to spin. President Biden will sign a pair of executive actions Thursday focused on heath care, the White House confirmed. The actions, one of which will be an executive order, include opening a special enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and directing federal agencies to review existing policies to remove barriers to joining Medicaid. The new enrollment period will be from Feb. 15 to May 15, 2021. Agencies will also be directed to review policies that discourage enrollment in the ACA. In the executive action he will sign is aimed toward protecting and expanding “access to comprehensive reproductive health care.” Executive orders are legally binding, and as a result, are published in the Federal Register. Executive actions, by contrast, are more often symbolic efforts to enact change. The 46th commander-in-chief is capping...
    PRESIDENT Joe Biden has promised to deliver enough coronavirus vaccines for all Americans to be vaccinated by the end of summer 2021. Biden's upcoming speech comes a day after he revealed his plans to bring back "millions" of manufacturing jobs to the US during his first 100 days in office. 6President Joe Biden addressed the American public from the White House on Tuesday afternoonCredit: AFP or licensors 6Biden's speech comes one day after he revealed his plans to bring back 'millions of manufacturing jobs to the USCredit: AFP or licensors 6Vice President Kamala Harris was also in attendanceCredit: AFP or licensors What time was Joe Biden's speech today? President Joe Biden addressed the American public from the White House at 2pm on January 26. At 2pm, Biden delivered remarks outlining his agenda on Racial Inequality and signed four executive actions. At 4.45pm, President Biden will discuss the fight to contain the coronavirus...
    WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden on Tuesday will formally call on the federal government to end its reliance on private prisons and acknowledge the central role the government has played in implementing discriminatory housing policies, according to a senior administration official.The moves come as Biden is set to sign a series of orders and memorandums Tuesday as the new administration says it will make combatting racial injustice a central focus of his presidency. They were detailed by a senior administration official who briefed reporters on the condition of anonymity ahead of Biden's formal announcement, scheduled for later Tuesday."America has never lived up to its founding promise of equality for all, but we've never stopped trying," Biden tweeted on Tuesday morning. "Today, I'll take action to advance racial equity and push us closer to that more perfect union we've always strived to be." America has never lived up to its founding...
    More On: joe biden Senators to be sworn in today for Trump’s impeachment trial Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess urges Joe Biden to buy his electric cars Let’s make a deal: McConnell, Schumer inch closer to power-sharing agreement Biden doubts Senate will convict Trump, but says trial ‘has to happen’: report President Biden will lay out his “racial equity” plan and sign a series of executive actions to jumpstart that agenda Tuesday. The commander-in-chief offered a preview of what he planned to outline in a tweet Tuesday, writing, “America has never lived up to its founding promise of equality for all, but we’ve never stopped trying. “Today, I’ll take action to advance racial equity and push us closer to that more perfect union we’ve always strived to be.” Biden issued an executive order addressing “equity” on his first day in office, pursuing “a comprehensive approach to advancing equity for...
    President Joe Biden has issued more executive orders in his first week in office — not yet complete, as of this writing — than any of his 45 predecessors. As of January 25, 2021, Biden has “issued 33 executive orders, actions, proclamations, memoranda and agency directives,” according to CNN. Twenty-one of these, according to the White House website, are executive orders. President Donald Trump signed four in his first week in 2017; President Barack Obama signed five in 2009; President George W. Bush signed none in his first week in 2001; and President Bill Clinton signed one in 1993. The historical norm for most presidents appears to be no more than a few executive orders, if any, in the first week. The American Presidency Project at the University of California Santa Barbara confirms that no other president has issued as many as Biden — not even Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose...
    WITH every incoming president comes a new Oval Office makeover - and with Joe Biden now in the White House, it reportedly means saying goodbye to military flags. The Oval Office is synonymous with the power and majesty of the American president, and all incoming presidents change the decor of the symbolic room. 5President Joe Biden is set to take on the task of remodeling the Oval Office Credit: Reuters Did Joe Biden remove military flags? One change the Biden administration made in the Oval Office was the removal of military flags, which had been on display during Donald Trump's term in office. The removal of the flags were reported by the Washington Post, as Trump kept them near his left side against the window while in office. New photos of Biden's newly decorated Oval Office shows the flags removed. Another item Biden ditched was the portrait of former President...
    Joe Biden is now officially the 46th president of the United States. The democrat has arrived at the White House with force and on the same day of the inauguration, Biden has signed 15 decrees to reverse the policies of Donald Trump. Joe Biden has set his goal for the unity of his compatriots but it will not be easy for him. U.S returns to the Paris climate agreement, Biden reverses the WHO’s departure from the country and from now on the mask will be mandatory inside federal buildings, among others. Another of his first gestures after taking office in the United States has been redecorate the White House Oval Office and has placed in a prominent place, along with the photos of his family, the bust of the Hispanic union leader César Chávez. Sign a decree to protect the “dreamers” Joe Biden has signed on his...
    President Joe Biden signed a stack of Executive Orders on Wednesday, immediately rolling back some of former President Donald Trump’s top priorities. The president signed three executive orders in front of the press as he sat next to a stack of folders which he intended to sign afterward. “I thought with the state of the nation today, there’s no time to waste,” Biden said, noting that he wanted to “get to work immediately.” There were at least 15 folders stacked on Biden’s desk. Biden signed executive orders mandating masks on federal property, ordering support for underserved communities to ensure equity and equality in health care and other areas, and an order reversing the Trump Administration’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. The president’s press wranglers swiftly escorted the media out of the room after Biden finished his remarks, despite multiple questions from reporters. According to the White House,...
    President Joe Biden signed a series of executive orders from the Oval Office hours after his inauguration. Biden wore a mask as he sat behind the “Resolute” desk with a stack of decrees Wednesday afternoon. He declared that “there is no better time to start than today.” The first decree Biden signed was related to the coronavirus pandemic. He also signed an order to rejoin the United States in the Paris agreement on climate change. Although his predecessor Donald Trump broke a longstanding practice by failing to take office, he did follow a tradition and left a letter for Biden. The new Democratic president commented that Trump “wrote a very generous letter.” But Biden said he would not reveal its contents until he had a chance to speak with Trump. The president called on the Americans to overcome their divisions by...
    (CNN)Three weeks after the election, the White House has given formal approval for President-elect Joe Biden to receive the President's Daily Brief, a White House official told CNN Tuesday. Coordination on when Biden will receive his first briefing is currently underway, but the move is another step toward a transition of power that President Donald Trump held up for weeks after it was clear he lost the 2020 election. It follows a formal notice by the General Services Administration Monday night that the formal transition of government can proceed. Receiving a classified intelligence briefing is typically one of the first rights of a presidential candidate after winning the election. It contains information about pressing national security issues that the new president will soon face. But Biden has yet to receive an intelligence briefing because of Trump's effort to overturn the results of the election, which cause confusion inside the federal...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has signed a certificate of ascertainment to show the slate of electors for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Wolf announced Monday that the Pennsylvania Department of State has certified the Nov. 3 election results for vice president and vice president. Again, I want to thank the election officials who have administered a fair and free election during an incredibly challenging time in our commonwealth and countrys history. Our election workers have been under constant attack and they have performed admirably and honorably. — Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) November 24, 2020 “As required by federal law, I’ve signed the Certificate of Ascertainment for the slate of electors for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,” the governor tweeted.
    President Donald Trump wrapped up a four-rally campaign swing in the must-win state of Pennsylvania and asked 'how in the hell' he could lose the presidential election. He touted his own record on the economy and claimed Democratic nominee Joe Biden would champion policies that would raise taxes and cost jobs. 'We gotta win this state,' Trump told supporters at his final rally of the day in Montoursville.  'They keep saying it's close but I don't think it's close,' the president said.  'Politics is a crazy world but when you have the best employment numbers in history, when you have the best unemployment numbers and when you have the best economy probably that we've ever had, I don't know how the hell do you lose this election?' he noted.  He also bragged about an executive order he signed to protect fracking - a huge industry in Pennsylvania. 'Today I signed...
    This is a rush transcript from “The Story with Martha MacCallum" October 19, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.MARTHA MACCALLUM, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: Good evening everybody. I'm Martha MacCallum in New York and this is THE STORY. Two weeks from tomorrow is Election Day in the United States of America but in a really astounding turn of events, we have nearly 30 million Americans who have already voted. Now keep in mind in all of 2016, 136 million was the total number of votes when all was said and done on Election Day. So these numbers show that early voting among Democrats appears to be twice the rate of Republican who tend to wait until Election Day, they want to drop that ballot into the box in person or pull the lever or whatever they do in each state. So there are...
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