Joe Biden, who announced his victory in the US presidential election, said that he would devote the first hundred days at the head of the country to migration reform and the fight against coronavirus. According to Report, he said in an interview with NBC.
"On day one, I'm going to send a legislative immigration reform bill to Congress to provide a roadmap to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants who contribute so much to this country," he told NBC News.
Biden also said he plans to roll back what he described as "damaging executive orders" signed by Trump that has adversely impacted the climate. Biden said that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had been "eviscerated" under the current president.
Biden also said that he would not initiate an investigation into Trump.
Earlier, Biden, representing his future appointees' team, said that the US would not interfere in "unnecessary conflicts."