Joe Biden, who won the US election, has announced that he will rejoin the US in the World Health Organization (WHO) after taking the oath of office on January 20. He said that the US is ready to join the WHO to fight the corona infection.
Biden said that we will definitely ensure that China stays within its limits. He will no longer be allowed to do anything arbitrary. If the need arises, we will take strict steps against it. We do not want to punish China but to convince her that she too has to follow the rules like other countries. Otherwise the results can be bad.
Before this, Biden has announced to rejoin the Paris Agreement. He said during a meeting with the governors in Delaware that at the moment it is necessary to support the WHO in fighting the epidemic. There is a need to improve the organization and we can only do this from inside.
Even during the election campaign, Biden made strong statements about China. He had said that it was being said about the Corona virus and many types of tax-tariff hike. Let me tell you that this year, President Donald Trump got angry and separated America from WHO and also stopped funding. Trump accused the WHO of favoring China.
Georgia is occupied by the Democratic Party 27 years later. Biden became the first Democrat since 1992 to win in this important state. Earlier in 1992, Bill Clinton won from Georgia. Officials said the audit confirms that there was no fraud or irregularity in the November 3 election.
Joe Biden said that President Trump is giving a very wrong message to the international community by not giving up in the election. In a meeting in Wilmington, Biden said that a very bad message is being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy works. I do not know what their motive is, but it is highly irresponsible. He said that what the president is doing is another incident that will lead him to be recognized as one of the most irresponsible presidents in history. Biden said, “I believe Trump knows that he does not win nor is he going to win.” We will assume power on 20 January.