Joe Biden has added more to his political platform for the 2020 presidential elections. The Democrat candidate said in his speech at Delaware of his plans to formulate economic strategies that will give more attention to minorities. Businesses owned by the black, brown, Asian, and native American communities will be given a lower taxes and interest rates to have a better chance of coming out of economical struggles.
Biden’s ambition to make up for the long history of racial injustices in the nation has been one of the other things that sets his campaign apart from Donald Trump's.
"I said from the outset of the recent protests that there's no place for violence or destruction of property," Biden said.
Trump has been known for his racial biases, and it has reflected in his character, and the way he has run the country during the course of his term so far. The incumbent president does not seem to plan on changing his ways anytime soon regardless of his need to win votes for the upcoming election. Now with his poor handling of the Coronavirus outbreak that led to a national downfall in more ways than one, Biden’s approach has led him to gain the upper hand.
Build Back Better is one of the main points of the Biden campaign. As part of it, a budget of $30 billion will be allocated to support post-pandemic recovery of small businesses. Low and middle class incomers will have the chance to buy new houses for the first time with a $15,000 tax credit for downpayment. Construction of new housing will also be one of Biden’s projects. Stimulus spending will be enforced to hasten recovery after the pandemic.
Biden aims to acknowledge the extent of racism that exists in the country by being more inclusive in the justice system, educational reforms, housing programs, and business opportunities. In the aspect of criminal reform, Biden intends to immediately approve the SAFE Justice Act authored by Congressman Jason Lewis.
Obamacare will also be protected and developed to safeguard the healthcare system of the country.