In an effort to mark a clean break from the Trump era, the president-elect plans to roll out dozens of executive orders in his first 10 days on top of a big stimulus plan and an expansive immigration bill.
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El presidente electo está implementando un gran paquete de gastos destinado a ayudar a combatir el virus y aliviar el costo económico que ha tenido.
President-elect Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion economic plan will run up big debts.
The president-elect is expected to lay out his plans today for an initial effort to combat the coronavirus and a subsequent one to address economic recovery.
The president-elect has long tried to keep from being sucked into President Trump’s dramas. He may find that posture hard to maintain when he takes office and the Senate puts Mr. Trump on trial.
The incoming Biden administration plans to set up federally run mass vaccination sites and to release all government-held vials, rather than hold some back for second doses.
Despite new pandemic aid, he confronts an economic crisis unlike any since he last entered office in 2009. And political headwinds have only stiffened.
Top party leaders cinched a $900 billion relief deal after laying down their swords. But it took an empowered, bipartisan group of moderates to help bridge the divide.
The president-elect’s allies have begun an ambitious fund-raising campaign for the celebration of his swearing-in. Big donors will get “virtual signed photos” — and a chance to generate good will.
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s promise to shift the course of the pandemic in his first 100 days in office could run into vaccine production and procurement problems he will inherit.
Jeffrey Zients, a candidate to lead the administration’s coronavirus response team, is arousing resistance from some progressive Democrats.
Unlike President Trump, who was expected to shrug off health threats in favor of huge crowds, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. has indicated that his inauguration will not be business as usual.
With vaccines and a new administration, the pandemic will be tamed. But experts say the coming months “are going to be just horrible.”
In an emotional address, he pleaded with Americans to “hang on” and cited the death of his son to say that he understood the loss in the nation.
From trade and sanctions to tax policy and financial regulation, the former Fed chair will be at the center of the new administration’s agenda.