Joe Biden vows to remove ‘Muslim ban’ imposed by Trump

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Washington DC: The presidential nominee of Democratic party, Joe Biden has vowed to remove “Muslim ban” imposed by Donald Trump and include Muslim Americans in every social and political aspect in his administration if he got elected.

It was in a video message to Muslim Advocates, a civil rights organisation, Biden promised to remove “Muslim ban” – the controversial travel ban for Muslims from countries including Iran and Syria, entering the United States through a series of executive orders.  In February, Trump has also banned six more countries, including Nigeria.

“On day one, I’ll end Trump’s unconstitutional . I’ll push Congress to pass hate crimes legislation. I’ll implement the national strategy I’ve laid out since March to be COVID. I’ll end the deadly inequities in health care, education, and opportunity that this crisis has amplified. And together, we’ll rebuild the criminal justice system focused on redemption, not retribution,” Biden said.

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