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US: Bi­den vows Mus­lims' in­clu­sion in ad­min­is­tra­tion

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US Demo­cratic pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee Joe Bi­den vowed Mus­lims would be in­cluded in ev­ery so­cial and po­lit­i­cal as­pect in his ad­min­is­tra­tion, as well as to re­peal Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s so­called “Mus­lim ban” if elected.

“As Pres­i­dent, I’ll work with you to rip the poi­son of hate from our so­ci­ety, to honor your con­tri­bu­tions and seek your ideas,” Bi­den said in a video mes­sage to civil rights or­ga­ni­za­tion Mus­lim


“My ad­min­is­tra­tion will look like Amer­ica, with Mus­lim Amer­i­cans serv­ing at ev­ery level,” he said.

The for­mer vice pres­i­dent also promised to re­peal Trump’s so­called “Mus­lim ban,” on his first day at the White House if he is elected.

Pres­i­dent Trump had im­posed a travel ban on sev­eral Mus­lim ma­jor­ity coun­tries through a se­ries of ex­ec­u­tive or­ders he signed from

Jan­uary through March of 2017, which were re­ferred to as “Mus­lim Ban.”

“Mus­lim-Amer­i­cans are a di­verse, vi­brant part of the United States, mak­ing in­valu­able cul­tural and eco­nomic con­tri­bu­tions to com­mu­ni­ties all across the na­tion. But they also face real chal­lenges and threats in our so­ci­ety, in­clud­ing racially-mo­ti­vated vi­o­lence and Is­lam­o­pho­bia,” Bi­den’s cam­paign page says.

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