After nearly a week of tossing, the United States has roughly determined that Biden will be the 46th president of the United States. Since Biden once served as the vice president of President Obama, his victory is also regarded as the Obama line. restoration. What is the Restoration of the Obama Line? In this regard, the author thinks that we can see the clue from the article "Why America Must Lead Again" (Why America Must Lead Again) submitted by Biden to "Foreign Affairs" in March this year. According to the article, Biden believes that the United States has lost its model of world leadership under Trump, and that it has also caused Americans to be increasingly divided.
The racial and wealth gaps that have existed since the founding of the United States have become larger and larger under Trump's photo background removing manipulation. Even innocent children are affected by these two issues and cannot receive a fair education. In order to please white voters who are tired of political correctness, Trump has not hesitated to resort to anti-immigration policies that violate the values of the founding of the United States, creating several tragedies in which children were forced to be separated from their parents. Under the attack of the new coronavirus, the United States has 238,000 people died tragically, becoming the world's largest infected country.
Therefore, Biden's top priority after taking office is to rebuild America's epidemic prevention system, unite American citizens of different ethnicities, and rebuild America's disintegrating democratic system. Only in this way can Biden believe that the United States can restore its former role as a global model. The United States will also actively participate in international affairs under the leadership of Biden, and will host as many as 125,000 political refugees each year. After four years of tossing by Trump, Biden only got about 4.5 million more votes than the former in this presidential election, which is actually not a big gap. This means that the Democratic Party, represented by