DON’T MISS THURSDAY: A conversation with Insider’s Washington correspondents on what to expect during Joe Biden’s first 100 days

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President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris attend at Arlington National Cemetery shortly after the inauguration ceremony on January 20, 2021.

President Joe Biden moved into the White House on January 20, inheriting a country worn down from four tumultuous years, a rabid pandemic, economic malaise, heightened racial tensions, and a demoralized federal workforce.

Every time a new president takes office, they make lofty promises for their first 100 days. Biden is no different, but the stakes are perhaps higher now than at any other point in modern US history. His promises include plans to deliver 100m vaccines to the country within that period, deliver a new economic stimulus, safely reopen most schools, as well as sweeping action on immigration, environmental issues, and racial justice.

It’s a hefty undertaking that all of Washington, the country, and even the rest of the world will be watching. His team has already gone to work to try to reverse or halt many of the previous administration’s policies that Democrats spent years decrying.

Join us Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 1:00 p.m ET as Insider’s DC deputy editor Elvina Nawaguna hosts a live panel discussion on what’s in store and what policy promises Biden can deliver by April 30, his 100th day. 

In this webinar, we’ll talk with Insider’s senior healthcare reporter Kimberly Leonard, who has covered the coronavirus pandemic, the unprecedented vaccination efforts, and the different relief measures meant to shore up the struggling economy, workers, and families. We’ll also hear from policy correspondent Robin Bravender, who covered the Biden transition and now is following his administration as it sets up shop and starts to enact its policies.

You can sign up here.

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