A mid-term grade for Biden’s first 100 days

By Brianna Goodell

President Joe Biden has been in office since January 20. With this in mind what has he accomplished? I believe he is somewhat being held accountable to his promises made for his first hundred days and what he has to offer us holding that position. When Biden took office, two of the goals he wanted to accomplish in his first hundred days in office were to help change the course of the COVID-19 crisis and address racial equity issues.  

Since Biden became president, COVID-19 vaccines have begun to be offered more than ever before, along with a promise that at least 70 million doses of the vaccine would be provided by June 30. We can see through these actions that we are somewhat trying to get a handle on the COVID-19 crisis under Biden’s presidency.

Although the Biden presidency has yet to reach 100 days, he has shown progress toward making the changes he promised. In conclusion, it is my opinion that Biden will uphold the promises he made for his first one hundred days of his presidency.

Brianna Goodell is a student in a Media and Democracy class at St. Bonaventure University

Categories: Jandoli Institute, Politics

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