Whether you are a fan of he 46th president of the United States or not, you can’t deny that he has been busy. He has dealt with many issues such as civil rights, foreign policies, and government taxes.

On the first day of being in office, President Biden dismantled a plethora of regulations that began under the Trump administration. He took quite the opposite stance of how the nation should respond to the notorious Covid-19 and ended the ban on Muslim countries entering the United States. He rejoined the Paris Agreement on Climate change and banned discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation and pulled all funds from building the wall our previous president worked towards all of his four years in office.
On day two, President Biden issued proclamations in efforts to combat Covid-19. This included extending treatments, promoting safety in domestic and international travel, and supporting states’ use of the National Guard in response to the virus.

By now it is clear to anyone that President Biden has taken every opportunity to further the agenda. While I would not label myself a Biden supporter, there are a few things I was not displeased with. Biden posted an executive order assisting veterans in debt. Having a brother in the army, I can appreciate this idea to help protectors of our country.
I am not the most politically driven high school student you will meet in your life. However, I have come to conclusion that there are some things Bidenstands for that I cannot. And there are some things that I have found disappointing to see the president do in his first weeks in office.

To hear the president blatantly dismiss the atrocities being done to Muslims and some Christians in Chinese “rehabilitation camps” as, to quote Biden, “different norms that each country and their leaders are expected to follow.” This act of pacifism was not only discouraging but also appalling. Since taking office, President Biden has announced a slew of policies. On his third day in office, he took actions that could potentially hurt many people’s jobs. Not only are we talking about canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline, but also backing the rise of the minimum wage to $15 an hour. I would love to make $15 an hour for 20 hours a week. But when we look at the big picture, a minimum wage at a lower price provides more people jobs and opportunities to make more money long term.

Don’t get me wrong: I am sure being the president is probably one of the hardest jobs out there. I can only pray that President Biden makes decisions that he truly believes will help and provide our country with wealth and happiness.