President-elect Joe Biden is poised to unleash “a flurry” of executive orders in the first 100 days of his administration aimed at “undoing” the Trump administration’s efforts to reform key government agencies.
CNN reports that the executive orders, as well as a major economic stimulus plan, are being prepared to be pushed through in his first 100 days in office.
The network cites transition officials in describing Biden’s “most urgent priorities” which include addressing the “Covid-19 pandemic, launching an economic recovery and tackling racial inequality.”
“His transition team has spent months thinking through the unilateral actions Biden could take almost immediately upon entering the White House,” they disclosed.
Biden has already made it quite clear that one of his first priorities upon entering office is to grant citizenship to over 11 million illegal immigrants.