Joe Biden

Joe Biden is the 46th president of the United States since 20 January 2021. He is a member of the moderate area of the Democratic Party.  In the 2020 presidential election, he received the most votes in history, over 81 million, prevailing over outgoing head of state Donald Trump. Taking office at the age of 78, Joe Biden is the oldest US president ever elected, as well as the second of the Catholic faith and the first from Delaware. His early presidency has been focused on actions to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, address a recession economy and growing political polarization, and work toward passage of the American Rescue Plan Act, a comprehensive stimulus package economic.

In foreign policy, he has reaffirmed America's commitment to NATO as a means of containing the growing influence of China and Russia and, in April 2021, announced the complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by September, which he completed on 31 August 2021. In 2024 he will compete against Donald Trump, Republican candidate, in the Presidential elections. On the foreign front, he is committed to his government in politically and economically supporting Ukraine in the war against Russia. Although he supports Israel in the war against Hamas, Biden has expressed harsh controversy over some questionable political-military choices made by Israel in the invasion of Gaza.