US election 2020: Joe Biden swears to revoke the Muslim Ban if elected

Joe Biden promises to halt hate crimes and hate speech by lifting Muslim Ban imposed by President Donald Trump in a video message to Muslim Advocates.

Joe Biden, Democratic presidential candidate, promised on Thursday while addressing Muslim Advocates, a civil rights organization, over a video message to include Muslims in all political and social aspects to halt “hate crimes” and “hate speech”.

The video message featured Biden promising to enforce legislation with lawmakers to lessen hate crimes and hate speech in the US. “As president, I’ll work with you to rip the poison of hate from our society to honour your contributions and seek your ideas. My administration will look like America, with Muslim Americans serving at every level,” he said. President DonaldTrump initiated a Muslim ban on Iran, Syria, Nigeria, and 6 other populous Muslim countries.

Kamala Harris, Democratic vice presidential candidate, tested positive for COVID-19 at the same time on Thursday. “I will cancel travel through Sunday and continue to campaign virtually,” she tweeted. This was following the President who also tested positive on October 2.

Trump and Biden continue promoting the presidential campaigns for the US Election 2020 with Biden holding rallies in Ohio and Florida, and Trump in Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Florida.