The last vestiges of the Trump presidency were swept away on the 20th of January, as Joe Biden moved into the White House.
The last vestiges of the Trump presidency were swept away on the 20th of January, as Joe Biden moved into the White House. While desks have been cleared out, and a new man now sits in the Oval office - the economic policies of President Trump remain very much in place. From a massive corporate tax cut to a trade war with China, Mr Biden has inherited an economic agenda that is not his own. So what can we expect from the 46th president of the United States and how much will his own plan be shaped by the pandemic. With more than 400,000 Americans now dead and millions more out of work - will the new president have the political capital to deal with more than just the economic fallout from Coronavirus. Join us for more on this weeks edition of Talking Business with Aaron Heslehurst on BBC World News,