Biden pledges to support Irish causes if elected

Biden pledges to support Irish causes if elected
Biden pledges to support Irish causes if elected
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has set out how he will work with Ireland-America and Ireland if he is elected US President.

According to a statement released by his campaign, the former US Vice President will work to move the peace process forward in Northern Ireland and to ensure that there is no US-UK trade deal if Brexit threatens the Good Friday Agreement.

Mr Biden’s campaign also said he would give priority to drafting the citizenship roadmap for undocumented migrants and work closely with Ireland in the UN Security Council on challenges such as climate change, the coronavirus pandemic and non-proliferation.

The statement released last night highlights Joe Biden’s Irish roots and affection for Ireland, as well as his previous work on the peace process and immigration reform in Northern Ireland.

The Biden campaign has held a series of virtual rallies for Irish-Americans over the past few weeks to secure their votes in next month’s election.

The administration has also expressed its support for the Good Friday Agreement in recent weeks.

The US special envoy for Northern Ireland, Mick Mulvaney, said the entire federal government was agreed that a return to a hard border on the island of Ireland would not result in a potential trade deal with Britain.

During his first official visit as envoy to Dublin last month, Mulvaney said the US would do everything possible to prevent a return to a hard border and protect the Good Friday Agreement.

Today Joe Biden travels to North Carolina, where, according to state data, 1.2 million voters have cast their votes.

His run mate Kamala Harris will return to the campaign tomorrow with a visit to Florida. She has avoided travel for the past few days after an aide fell with Covid-19.

US President Donald Trump gestures during an election rally in Michigan yesterday

So far, according to the US election project, 25.83 million people have already cast a vote in the presidential election on November 3rd, which has shattered the records.

Many of the early votes stemmed from safety concerns about the pandemic, which killed more than 218,000 Americans and infected 8.1 million others.

Mr Biden, a former vice president, has hammered Mr Trump for his response to the pandemic. He said in a statement yesterday that he plans to unite the country to fight the virus if he wins.

President Trump is lagging behind in national and battlefield polls, and the latest numbers from his campaign show he is lagging behind in fundraising as the race grows.

He fought yesterday in Michigan and Wisconsin, two battlefield states he narrowly won in the 2016 elections.

Supporters who attended the rallies did not maintain social distance. Some wore masks, some didn’t.

Overnight, Trump said on Twitter that Joe Biden was “the living embodiment of the corrupt political class that has enriched itself and at the same time drained the economic life and soul of our country.”

He told the Americans: “If you vote for me, prosperity will increase, normal life will be fully resumed and next year will be one of the greatest years in our country’s history!”

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