Biden prepares to take over the presidency
Candidate from the Democratic Party of the USA in the presidential election Joe Biden began preparing for the transfer of power to his administration, despite the refusal of the current leader of the country Donald Trump to admit defeat. Reportedly, he and Kamala Harris, who is to take over the post of vice president, are forming a special group of employees. They will work with U.S. agencies regarding the transfer of power. The Democrat team plans to start its work already on November 9.
The process of power transfer will be covered in Twitter-account of Biden-Harris Presidential Transition. In addition, Biden’s website has already launched the corresponding section, where the main directions of his work during the presidency were outlined. These will include the fight against COVID-19, racial inequality and climate change, as well as economic recovery.
Biden reached out to all voters over the weekend, including Trump supporters. He said that Americans are not their own enemies and suggested that the parties give each other a chance. The Democrat also said that he intended to “reverse the Coronavirus’ pandemic” in the country, not counting the costs, and to achieve U.S. leadership in the world.
Biden proclaimed himself elected president of the United States after the major U.S. media outlets massively announced his unconditional victory. Publications estimate that the Democrat has already guaranteed himself 279 to 290 votes out of the 270 needed to win. Now the politician’s Twitter profile says: “The elected president, husband, proud father and grandfather. I am ready to build a strong foundation for all Americans.