Former Vice President Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next president of the United States at noon in Washington, D.C.
Shortly after the ceremony, President Biden will head to the White House and get out his pen. He will sign 17 total executive orders Tuesday afternoon and will send a massive immigration bill to Congress.
Biden Chief of Staff Ron Klain outlines initial executive actions in new staff memo.— Geoff Bennett (@GeoffRBennett) January 16, 2021
On Inauguration Day:
-extend pause on fed student loan payments/interest
-rejoin the Paris Agreement
-reverse the Muslim Ban
-issue "mask mandate"
-extend eviction/foreclosure restrictions
Biden today: Rejoin Paris Acrd, preserve DACA, stop wall-build, engage w/WHO, rescind Muslim-focused travel ban, do fed-lands mask mandate, extend eviction/student-loan-repayment pause, cancel Keystone XL, prevent workplc discrimination for gender identity + sexual orientation 1/— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 20, 2021
Count undocumented ppl in Census, begin rolling back Trump enviro actions and raising emission standards, create Covid response coordinator, rescind Trump interior immigration enforcement policy, dump 1776 Commission, do "Whole-of-Government Initiative to Advance Racial Equity"— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 20, 2021
To be factual, President Trump never signed a "Muslim ban." He signed a ban on travel from terrorist hot spots around the world.
Here is Biden's official schedule, published by the White House.
And here is the guidance for the first day of the Biden presidency pic.twitter.com/2U3mr19eB2— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) January 20, 2021