Bill Gates says he is ready to cooperate with President Biden on COVID, climate issues

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said he looks forward to working with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to solve some of the problems facing the United States in the coming days. Gates specifically mentioned the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change. Despite the heavy burden, he is full of hope for the future.

Gates tweeted on Wednesday: “I look forward to working with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to tackle our toughest challenges, such as COVID-19 and climate change.” “This It’s a disturbing time in the United States, but I see hope in the months and years ahead.”

In three other tweets, Gates encouraged Americans to perform social evacuations, wear masks and buy COVID-19 vaccines and pointed out that this will eventually restore normal life in the United States.

He also praised Biden for his “commitment to connecting with the world” and his decision to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement. In fact, Biden did sign the document asking the United States to do so on Wednesday afternoon.

The agreement includes nearly 200 countries and has agreed to fight global warming by reducing carbon emissions. In 2017, when President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the climate agreement, saying it was unfair to the United States and would make the country unemployed.

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