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What is Joe Biden’s bucket list if he wins elections this year ?

What is Joe Biden’s bucket list if he wins elections this year?

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Joe Biden, the former Vice President who’ll be challenging the president of the United States in the next presidential elections going to be held in November 3rd this year.

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Biden raised most of the virtual fundraising from his residence in Delaware. The Democratic presidential nominee has also proposed some measures to gain a victory over White House If he wins the election this time.

Joe Biden’s bucket list is:-

  • To mend the problems related to the inequality in health care.
  • To consolidate the gun control system and military.
  • Maintain and repair the overall policing of the country.
  • Furnishing with community colleges
  • Strike out the loan debt for students
  • Upgrade the infrastructure of the country
  • Raise more expenditure for enhancing the green energy
  • Encourage people with providing measures for the Americans to but their own homes first, so that they don’t have to pay rent anymore.
  • Elevate the allied minimum income and impose taxes on corporations and other well off people.
  • But above all the initial and ultimate goal will be beating the corona-virus pandemic.

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Donald Trump has managed to propose his second term plans with effectiveness and had also announced the corona-virus will completely go away on its own. This statement of the president lead to disappoint.

Some Democrats alert Biden for launching a lengthy to do list. Biden also announces some plans including a USD 700 billion funding in investment in development of US tech films.

Also USD 2 trillion in green energy and USD 775 for the care and supervision of children, old age people and other persons with disabilities.

Biden is constantly trying to win against Donald J Trump by some or the other means.
On 22nd July he said Trump is the first President of the country who deals with people based on their race, cast, origin.

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