How Joe Biden Has Changed the ‘Toxic Tone’ in the Oval Office: Editorial Reaction

Brandon Trinh, Health and Technology editor

As President Donald Trump leaves the Oval Office and President Joseph Biden begins to settle into the Oval Office, a change in tone has been revealing itself. Many critics of Trump believed that Trump was using the office to “Launch toxic rhetoric and attack people” said Princeton historian Julian Zelier in an interview with Time magazine. Opposed to Biden who is using the oval office “a site of governing,” said Zelier. Biden, who has only been in office for a few weeks, begins his work as the President of the United States stating, “I’m not making new law. I’m eliminating bad policy,” as he begins to change immigration laws enacted by Trump. Biden is not playing around, reversing unnecessary travel bans from many Muslim countries. Biden also begins to attack the largest thing on everyone’s mind: COVID-19. He is currently encouraging Congress to act upon his $1.9 trillion plan to fund pandemic control and to re-stabilize the economy. President Biden is here to make some big changes that are needed in such trying times saying, “I’m going to help the American people who are hurting now.”

Joe Biden (Gage Skidmore licensed under creative commons )