US Presidential Election 2020: Biden will Create Environmentally Friendly Employment – Democrat Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris
The US presidential election will be held on December 3, 2020. At the current stage, the US presidential election is very tense. The most exciting aspect of the US election is the debate among the presidential candidates.
However, Trump’s incumbent Republican presidential candidate, Trump, is currently away from campaigning due to a COVID 19 attack and has had to drop a second debate with his Democratic rival, Joe Baden.
The first presidential election debate between Donald Trump and Joe Baden took place on September 29, 2020, before Trump attacked COVID 19. That debate was put ahead of Joe Baden in various media surveys.
The world has already seen that Donald Trump does not recognize climate change and has removed the United States from the historic Garrison Agreement on Climate Change signed in Paris in 2015 under the auspices of the United Nations.
On October 7, a vice-presidential debate was held between Donald Trump’s running mate vice president Mike Pence and Joe Baden’s running mate vice president Kamala Harris, which was enjoyed by 57 million people.
He reiterated that Kamala Harris Democrat candidate Joe Biden would prevent global climate change if elected president.
Initially, Joe Biden and his vice-presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, have been repeating environmental concerns throughout their campaigns, promising specific measures against climate change.
Speaking in the vice presidential debate, Harris said that if Joe Biden is elected, the United States will re-enter the 2015 Paris Agreement, from which the Trump administration went out.
Harris said Biden plans to create more jobs, including in the clean and renewable energy sector. The California senator said Biden was a “believer in science” and that the denial of the decision by experts was a “pattern” for the Trump administration.
Harris said, “Did you know that this administration removes the word science from the website, and then allows removing the phrase climate change from the website? We have seen a pattern of this administration, which is that they do not believe in science.