Democrat Joe Biden will sign 17 executive orders in his first hours as president of the United States that will reverse a host of measures Donald Trump took to protect Americans, Fox News reported.

The Wall

The Democratic President will order an immediate halt to the wall’s construction on the southern border with Mexico and use the funds otherwise allocated for this purpose.

The construction of the wall, one of Ex-president Trump’s promises, effectively stopped illegal immigration to the country, as well as human and drug trafficking, two of society’s main scourges.

According to a Washington Times report, the wall stopped up to 80 percent of illegal immigration.

In the same vein, the new administration announced that it would revoke Trump’s orders to enforce immigration law with an “iron fist” and adopt a more “civilized” approach.

As part of his immigration approach, Biden will preserve the Obama-era DACA program, which allows illegal immigrants who entered the country as children to avoid deportation. Trump repeatedly tried to eliminate the program because it directly violates immigration law, but even the Supreme Court rejected the case.

New White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan said Biden would remove Trump’s travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries, accusing the decision of “xenophobia” and “religious animosity.”

Trump established the travel ban on countries such as Sudan, Syria, Somalia, and Iran, among others, because of ongoing threats and conflicts between the United States and Muslim leaders in those countries over national security issues, and history of terrorist attacks from those nations.

The Democrat will also reverse Trump’s Supreme Court victory in banning illegal immigrants from being counted in the census to distribute congressional seats.

According to The Hill, with this measure, many liberal states that have flooded their streets with illegal immigrants, such as California with at least 2.2 million illegals, will gain congressional seats and Electoral College votes.

Globalism and climate

Biden will rejoin the World Health Organization and even form an Executive Board headed by Dr. Fauci to respond to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus.

Trump pulled the United States out of the WHO in 2020 because of its lack of transparency, which lied to protect the Chinese regime when the CCP virus broke out in Wuhan in late 2019 and only declared a health emergency in March 2020.

The new administration will also re-enter the Paris Treaty, a multilateral agreement that imposes sanctions on its members for carbon emissions.

Trump left the treaty because the carbon emissions quota, which several studies claim is not the main cause of the alleged climate change, and if imposed on the United States, would have caused many job losses.

Free Education for All

Biden will forgive $10,000 of student debt for each student—a move that will cause an extra burden on taxpayers and will probably become a fixed policy.

Susan Rice, Obama’s former secretary of state, will be in charge of “fighting racism and equality.”

Biden will put “racial justice and equity at the center of our agenda” and will build a “whole of government approach to racial justice,” Rice said.

During his four years, Trump sought to eliminate the idea that America is a racist country and that whites are now to blame for slavery.

Programs such as “critical race theory,” which was promoted in federal agencies and universities, were eliminated by Trump.

Biden will also reverse the ban on transgender people joining the military, which Trump banned mainly because of the federal government’s cost of covering medical expenses resulting from the “transition” process of transgender people.