JOE BIDEN - AS THE US PRESIDENT GOOD OR BAD?
Joseph Robinette Biden, as Joe Biden (born on November 20, 1942, Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.), 47th Vice President of the United States (2009–17) in the Democratic government of President Barack Obama, Biden was elected the president of the United States in November 2020.
EARLY LIFE -
Biden, who was grown in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and New Castle County, Delaware, completed his bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware in 1965 and qualification in law from Syracuse University in New York in 1968. While this period he got married to Neilia Hunter (1966), and the couple later had their 3 children.
STRONG AND TOUGH TIMES -
During his Vice-presidential period, Biden played an energetic role in the government, working as a prominent consultant to Obama and a vocal supporter of his leadership. Besides, he was tasked with well-known assignments. He helps prevent several budget pressures and played a key role in developing U.S. policy in Iraq. His eldest son, Beau died from brain cancer in the year 2015; Biden described the whole experience in Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose (2017).
A few months succeeding, Biden - who experienced huge favourability grades, slightly due to sincerity and friendly gesture that resonated with the public - stated that he would not enter the 2016 presidential election, remarking that the family was still grieving. Instead, he campaigned for Hillary Clinton, who eventually lost the elections against Donald Trump.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS -
In the ensuing months, Biden described a principle that involved the whole amount of policies that reviewed to progressives. He distinctly stood with government aid to low-income areas, aggressive climate reform legislation, affordable baby care, and the enlargement of federal wellness care plans, for example, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which became enacted during Obama’s governance. During this era, Biden obtained a somewhat healthy lead over Trump in nationwide votes, it flipped over the criticism of the president’s acknowledgment of the pandemic, which had created a financial downturn that resembled the Great Depression. Biden elected Kamala Harris as his co-operating mate in August 2020 - she grew the first African American woman to stood on a major party’s political ticket - and following in that month, he officially opted his name for the Democratic presidential nominee. Although Biden and Harris resulted in victory while reconstructing the so-called Blue Wall from the Midwestern Rust Belt lands, and then on November 7, After 4 days of the election, Biden achieved the 270 elective essential votes to achieve the presidency.
JOE BIDEN'S VICTORY WILL MAKE PAKISTAN MORE HAPPIER. WHY?
Pakistan awarded Biden the second-highest civilian honor, named 'Hilal-e-Pakistan.' in the year 2008, Pakistan must be celebrating the victory of the Democrat Joe Biden as the president of the US. Pakistan has a conflict with the Donald Trump presidency and could be pleased with Joe Biden's victory. Joe Biden is an old diplomat and has warm connections with Pakistan, and that is why Pakistan is deep-rooted to him. Asif Ali Zardari, former President of Pakistan then was the current president, acknowledged the two for 'consistently strengthening Pakistan.'
Pakistani interpreters believe that Biden will reverse the medieval era of diplomacy between these two nations. While Trump's outspoken attitude, opinion, and extremely subtle strategy is not the cause for his odium in Pakistan, Trump has frequently assailed Pakistan on numerous public panels. Moreover, Joe Biden appeared in assistance of the Kashmiris and examined the difficulty of Muslims in Kashmir from the Rohingyas of Bangladesh and Chinese Muslims Uygar.
In June 2020 according to a published report, about 10 months after the abolition of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, Biden urged New Delhi to revive the Kashmiri's rights. The statement conceded that 'The Indian Government needs to take all the necessary steps to restore the rights of all the people of Kashmir. Limitations on disagreement, like closing down nonviolent rallies, blocking the Internet services, and undermining democracy.'
Article 370 came to an end on August 5, 2020, and the former state of Jammu and Kashmir split into two union territories - Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. As stated by authorities, Pakistan's external system was precisely observing his victory, so now Joe Biden got victorious and he will take the office in the White House. Biden can promptly give a new dimension to their relations with Pakistan in their international policy and strategy. In such a circumstance, it is assumed that relations between Pakistan and the US will be more beneficial during Biden's tenure than they are today. Which will surely help Pakistan.
DONALD TRUMP JR. SPEAKS LOUD -
During the elections in the address at the meet and greet event with Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr. stood in front and said Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is not fine for India as he could be very soft and polite on China, U.S. President Donald Trump’s son said while celebrating the “success” of his book that talks about the thievery declarations against Biden.
42-year-old Donald Trump Jr is managing the re-election campaign of his father. “We have to realize the intimidation of China and no one knows that better than Indian-Americans,” Trump Jr, said. “When I saw the excitement of my father with Prime Minister Narendra Modi you know, I used to think that Trump rallies were pretty big in America but that was the biggest Trump rally probably ever which was held in India, Trump Jr told to a select group of followers from the community at that event in Long Island, New York.