Hours after taking office on Wednesday, Joe Biden has signed his first 15 executive orders on migration, climate change, economy and to improve the response to the coronavirus pandemic, such as the return of the country to the World Health Organization (WHO ). The measures also include an immediate halt to the construction of the wall with Mexico and a symbolic coup: eliminating the word “alien” —which means foreigner, but has negative connotations— from the new immigration reform. The 46th president in the country’s history thus leaves behind the most controversial, Donald Trump. The Republican left the White House early Wednesday morning to head to West Palm Beach, Florida, where he and his wife, Melania, will take up residence. Before going up to the Air Force One he issued a warning when addressing his followers: “Goodbye, we love you. We will be back in some way. Have a good life. See you soon”. On his last day in power, the mogul pardoned 73 people, including his former strategist Steve Bannon, and issued 70 commutations.