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President-elect Joe Biden said Tuesday that he planned to use his first 100 days in office to take action on an immigration bill, roll back President Trump’s executive orders on the environment and send assistance to state and local governments.
Biden previewed his agenda in an interview with NBC News’s Lester Holt — his first televised interview since he was projected the winner of the presidential election.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Some of it is going to depend on the kind of cooperation I can or cannot get from the United States Congress,” Biden said of his priorities in his first 100 days.
Biden confirmed he intended to keep the promise he made during his campaign, saying, “I made a commitment, in the first 100 days, I will send an immigration bill to the United States Senate with a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people in America.”
The report notes that, if Republicans keep control of the Senate, such an immigration bill is unlikely to pass. The Jan. 5 runoff election in Georgia, which involves two Senate races, will determine whether Biden will be able to implement his immigration plan.
Joe Biden: “I am going to make a commitment in the first 100 days, I will send a immigration bill to the United States Senate with a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people in America.” @NBCNightlyNews
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 24, 2020
Biden clearly vowed during his campaign that he would give a “pathway to citizenship” to all illegal aliens in the country.
It’s time to turn promises into reality. Immigrant families have been in limbo for far too long. We need a road to citizenship, relief from deportation & inclusive #COVID19 recovery starting on Day 1 of the Biden administration. #FreedomTogether pic.twitter.com/9DPejBigZo
— Fair Immigration Reform Movement (@Re4mImmigration) November 22, 2020
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