The big challenge for Joe Biden to restore America.
Joe Biden, officially the 46th president of the United States from January 20, 2021, will have to shoulder the mission of “Making America great again!”, after the chaos left behind by Donald Trump.
The United States enters 2021 with a bleak economic outlook as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread, even though the vaccine has sparked hopes for an early recovery.
In the history of the United States, it was not uncommon for demonstrations with hundreds of thousands of people and deep social divisions related to issues such as the Vietnam War, Iraq, etc.
But seldom division!
Internal politics has always been as deep as what is happening and has many a time threatened to undermine the sustainability and stability of American politics, over the past 200 years, since its founding.
While other great powers come and go, the stability of the American model is undeniable and America, with many mistakes in history, is still seen by many countries as a nation that has the power to help solve the world’s common problems.
The mission of Joe Biden is – how to strengthen this foundation, which has been built for more than 100 years.
Internally, it is rare that political divisions are as profound as they are today, when tens of thousands of supporters of the defeated president flooded the National Assembly building to protest and block the passage of election results.
In the long run, COVID-19 has accelerated the process of narrowing the gap between the US and China – the world’s No. 2 economy. If predictions that China will replace the United States as the world’s number one economic power in 2028, actually take place, much earlier than previous predictions, it will be the first in over 100. Last year the United States lost its number one position in the world economy.
The United States enters 2021 in the most precarious position since World War II. Whether America can heal the divisions that the 45th president of the United States has caused, will be the first question for Joe Biden.