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Here are All the Trump Decisions Reverted by President Joe Biden On Day 1!


America’s 46th President is a man of his word. As he promised, upon taking the oath of office, and after the formalities were done and dusted, Joe Biden was in the Oval Office signing executive orders, to reverse some of Trump’s controversial decisions, and to also introduce new orders, even relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Biden wore a face mask as he sat behind the Resolute Desk to sign the executive orders. The visual was a stark change to former President Trump, who rarely wore a covering. 'I thought there's no time to wait,' he said. 'There's no time to start like today'


Here is a rundown of all the executive orders which President Biden signed on Day 1!

1. Mask mandate requiring face coverings in federal buildings and land

2. Halt border wall construction by terminating the national emergency declaration used to fund it


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3. End the ‘Muslim travel ban’ from seven countries

4. Reversal of Trump’s expansion of immigration enforcement

5. Stop the U.S. from withdrawing from the World Health Organization



6. Rejoin the Paris Climate Accord to reduce fossil fuel emissions

7. Reinstate a requirement for non-citizens to be included in the Census

8. Reinforce DACA after Trump sought to end protections for undocumented people brought into the country as children


Biden signed three executive actions: one ordering a mask mandate on federal property, another providing 'support for under served communities' and the third was to rejoin the Paris climate accord. Trump removed the United States from the climate agreement and Biden vowed to restore America to the accord on the first day of his presidency


9. Dissolve the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission on history curriculum in schools

10.  Cancel construction of the Keystone XL oil and gas pipeline



11. Extend the existing pause on federal student loan payments

12. Extend existing moratorium on evictions and foreclosures

13. Prevent workplaces from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity

14. Undo Trump’s regulatory approval process

15. Extend deferrals of deportation and work authorizations for Liberians with a safe haven in the United States



That marked the end of the first few hours of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States, after he took the oath to protect, preserve and defend the Constitution.


Joe Biden raised his hand and took an oath to 'preserve, protect and defend' the Constitution on Wednesday ¿ starting his tenure amid a pandemic and putting an end to a tumultuous four-year term by President Donald Trump


In his inaugural speech, Biden had announced that democracy had prevailed. ‘The will of the people has been heard, and the will of the people has been heeded,’ Biden said on the West Front of the Capitol just two weeks after MAGA riots threatened to stop the counting of the electoral votes for president in its tracks.

Biden also acknowledged the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed more than 400,000 Americans and devastated the American economy.


Biden, in tactic acknowledgement of Trump's refusal to concede the election, announced 'democracy has prevailed' in the opening of his inaugural address


‘We need all our strength to persevere through this dark winter. We’re entering what may be the toughest and deadliest period of the virus. We must set aside politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation. One nation. I promise you this. As the bible says, we may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. We will get through this together. Together!,’ he said.

In his first act as president, he asked Americans to join him in a moment of silence to remember those who died from the deadly disease.



‘My first act as president, I’d like to ask you to join me in a moment of silent prayer to remember all those who we lost this past year to the pandemic, those 400,000 fellow Americans, moms, dads, husband, wives, daughters, sons, coworkers. We will honor them by becoming the people and the nation we know we can and should be. Let’s say a silent prayer for those who lost their lives and for those left behind and for our country. Amen,’ he said.

He acknowledged the challenges that face him as he takes office as the nation’s 46th president, including the pandemic, racism, the climate and America’s role in the world.



In what was another historic moment, yesterday, Kamala Harris also took the oath of office as the first Female, the first woman of colour, and the first woman of south Asian descent to hold the office!


On Wednesday, with history-making Vice President Kamala Harris on his team, the oldest person to become president is vowing to focus on the virus


All in all, it was a day of Celebration and a breath of fresh air for the United States of America, so from all of us at Bay, Joe and Kamala, we’re sending you a bucketload of fist-bumps!


President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris during the inauguration of Joe Biden