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拜登正式就职!首日签署17项行政命令,美股再创新高!特朗普:将以某种形式回归!中国移动、联通要求复议…

2021-01-21 07:56 来源: 券商中国 作者: 时谦

1月20日,在美国首都华盛顿国会山,拜登在美国第46任总统就职典礼上发表讲话。新华社记者 刘杰 摄

当地时间1月20日,拜登(Joe Biden)正式宣誓成为美国第46任总统。他随后发表了就职演说。在演讲中,他谈及民主、新冠肺炎(COVID-19)、统一国家的重要性。他抛弃特朗普政府孤立主义政策等多个主题,拜登更是直言,新冠造成了巨大损失。

据CNN消息,拜登就职首日将签署17项行政命令,推翻特朗普的一系列决定,重点包括重返巴黎协议、停止美国与墨西哥边境墙建设、撤销富有争议的Keystone XL管道建设许可、结束针对穆斯林和某些非洲国家的旅行禁令等。

上任总统特朗普也连续两天发表演讲。他表示,将会以某种形式回归。但他并未透露是否参选下一任总统。而且,特朗普目前还面临着弹劾问题。据悉,特朗普在离开白宫之际给拜登留了一封信。

拜登就职演说附后,来看报道!

拜登就职

当地时间1月20日,美国正式迎来一位新总统,世界也因此将进入到一个新时代。白宫网站的风格也与特朗普时代有了明显的不同。那么,拜登究竟在就职演说中说了啥?表达了啥?

白宫网站第一时间贴出了他的演讲。他说,我们要修理的东西很多,要恢复的东西很多,有很多东西需要治愈,有很多东西要建设。

我们国家历史上没有几个时期比现在更具挑战性或更困难。一种百年一遇的病毒悄悄地在全国蔓延,它一年内夺走的生命和美国在二战中所失去的生命一样多。数百万人失业,数十万家企业倒闭。现在,政治极端主义、白人霸权、国内恐怖主义抬头,我们必须面对,我们将战胜、克服这些挑战,恢复美国的灵魂,确保美国的未来,需要的不仅仅是语言,而是团结。

拜登谈及新冠肺炎疫情时说,“我们将以迅速和紧急的方式向前推进。在这个充满危险和重大机遇的冬天,我们有许多事情要做。”

对于外交关系,拜登表示,“这是我要传达给那些在我们国家之外的人的信息。美国经受住了考验,我们因此变得更加强大。我们将修复我们的盟友关系,再次与世界接触。”拜登发誓要改变特朗普的孤立主义政策。他说,“在和平、进步和安全方面,我们将是一个强大的、值得信赖的伙伴。”

计划立即采取行动,特朗普留信曝光

据CNN报道,拜登总统告诉记者,他在椭圆形办公室首次露面时就签署了“大胆的”行政行为。拜登对记者说,这些行动是为了兑现对美国人民的诺言。“我们将需要为很多事情制定法律。”

拜登计划在任职的头几个小时采取17项行政措施,比其他任何现任总统都更快,更积极地消除前任的“遗产”。拜登将签署一系列行政命令、备忘录和对机构的指示,迈出第一步,解决冠状病毒大流行,并撤销特朗普的部分政策。

特朗普在离开之际,给拜登留了一封信,此前,内容外界无法得知。不过,总统拜登说,他的前任在离任前给他留下了“非常慷慨的信”。拜登在坚毅办公桌后面讲话时说,出于对前总统唐纳德·特朗普的尊重,他不会透露这封信的内容。拜登说:“(特朗普)写了一封非常慷慨的信。”“因为它是私人的,所以在与他交谈之前我不会谈论它。”

值得注意的是,周三美国三大股指齐创历史新高。道指收涨近260点或0.83%,纳指涨1.97%,标普500指数涨1.39%。微软、苹果、赛富时均涨超3%,领涨道指。科技股大涨,奈飞涨近17%,谷歌涨超5%,纷纷创历史新高。

中国联通、中国移动在港发布公告称,于1月20日,公司向纽约证交所提出书面要求,要求纽约证交所董事会的一个委员会覆议下市决定。

总统本该是我儿子

据观察者网援引美国国家公共广播电台(NPR)报道称,拜登于当地时间19日下午从特拉华州威尔明顿乘坐飞机出发,前往华盛顿郊外的安德鲁斯空军基地。临行前,拜登首先在特拉华州国民警卫队军营发表了讲话,该军营以他已故的儿子博·拜登(Beau Biden)的名字命名。

拜登在演讲中赞扬了特拉华州,他将该州形容为“华盛顿之旅的起点”:“我死后,特拉华州将铭刻在我心中……我下一站的华盛顿之旅将从这里开始,这个地方定义了我们作为美国人最好的一面。”

拜登在演讲中“忍不住哽咽起来,一度泪流满面”。他提到了已故的儿子:“女士们,先生们,我只有一个遗憾,那就是他(博·拜登)不在这里。他本应是竞选并当上总统的那个人。”拜登称,他去世的儿子是“激励他竞选总统的主要因素之一”。

抵达华盛顿之后,拜登即刻与美国当选副总统哈里斯高调亮相,两人在林肯纪念堂外参加了一场新冠疫情哀悼仪式并发表讲话。美媒指出,这也是拜登和哈里斯开展的第一个就职活动。

1月20日,在美国首都华盛顿国会山,拜登(前左)在美国第46任总统就职典礼上宣誓。新华社记者 刘杰 摄

拜登在哀悼仪式中称:“有时候铭记这些事情很痛苦,但这就是我们治愈的方式。对于一个国家而言这非常重要,所以我们今天才会在这里,在傍晚时分点亮灯光,沿着水池中的倒影纪念我们失去的所有人。”就在拜登发表这段演讲的时候,美国新冠肺炎死亡人数已经突破40万。

跨越大西洋的期待

欧盟委员会主席乌尔苏拉·冯·德·莱恩(Ursula von der Leyen)周三表示:“今天带来了好消息,美国又回来了,欧洲随时准备与一个可信赖的老伙伴重新建立联系。”

冯·德·莱恩(von der Leyen)在布鲁塞尔说:“乔·拜登(Joe Biden)誓言将为一个分裂的国家治愈,这对于一个等待美国重返志同道合的国家来说,是一个希望的信号。四年后,欧洲在白宫有了一个朋友。”

自特朗普于2017年1月执掌白宫以来,从国际贸易到气候变化,美国和欧盟一直在许多问题上存在分歧。欧洲官员不欢迎总统的战斗风格和单方面行动,因为欧洲官员过去常常可以协调美国的一些政策。

欧洲理事会主席查尔斯·米歇尔(Charles Michel)周三表示:“这不仅是过渡,而且是振兴跨大西洋关系的机会。”欧盟在去年12月宣布了一项改善跨大西洋关系的计划。这集中在四个主要的政策领域:健康应对、气候变化、贸易和技术以及安全。

本周早些时候,欧洲财长与奥巴马政府前经济顾问拉里·萨默斯也讨论了跨大西洋关系的未来。一位不愿透露姓名的欧盟官员表示,由于会谈的敏感性,萨默斯表示,这将是柏林墙倒塌以来,第一次美国与欧盟之间将保持如此紧密的关系。

特朗普的告别

在拜登19日下午飞抵毗邻华盛顿的安德鲁斯联合基地后不久,白宫发布了一段约20分钟的特朗普告别讲话视频。

“4年前,我们开始了一项让美国再次伟大的使命。”特朗普在视频中总结道,“在结束美国第45任总统任期之际,我站在你们面前,为我们共同取得的成就感到自豪。我们完成了来到这里要做的事,以及更多。”

除了发布告别视频,特朗普19日还签署了多项行政令、备忘录。临近20日凌晨1时,白宫发布声明,宣布获得特朗普赦免或减刑的143人名单。其中包括白宫前首席策略师班农。

特朗普1月20日在安德鲁斯空军基地发表总统任内最后一次演说,称他在任期间的成就包括减税、放松监管,经济上的一些领域创下多项纪录。他说,“我向所有抗击新冠疫情的家庭民众致敬!你们非常棒,这个国家非常伟大,成为美国总统也是我最大的荣幸。”他强调:“再见,我爱你们(民众),我将会以某种形式回归。”

昔人已乘黄鹤去,但此地并非空余黄鹤楼!特朗普留下了一个分裂的美国,也留下了预期不明的世界。他签署的很多政策、命令都是拜登不能在短期之内可以扭转的;他唤醒的民族主义和激进主义也并不是短期之内可以扑灭的。现在的问题是,他还能回来吗?

附拜登就职演说:

Inaugural Address by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

JANUARY 20, 2021 • SPEECHES AND REMARKS

The United States Capitol

11:52 AM EST

THE PRESIDENT: Chief Justice Roberts, Vice President Harris, Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer, Leader McConnell, Vice President Pence, distinguished guests, and my fellow Americans.

This is America’s day.

This is democracy’s day.

A day of history and hope.

Of renewal and resolve.

Through a crucible for the ages America has been tested anew and America has risen to the challenge.

Today, we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause, the cause of democracy.

The will of the people has been heard and the will of the people has been heeded.

We have learned again that democracy is precious.

Democracy is fragile.

And at this hour, my friends, democracy has prevailed.

So now, on this hallowed ground where just days ago violence sought to shake this Capitol’s very foundation, we come together as one nation, under God, indivisible, to carry out the peaceful transfer of power as we have for more than two centuries.

We look ahead in our uniquely American way – restless, bold, optimistic – and set our sights on the nation we know we can be and we must be.

I thank my predecessors of both parties for their presence here.

I thank them from the bottom of my heart.

You know the resilience of our Constitution and the strength of our nation.

As does President Carter, who I spoke to last night but who cannot be with us today, but whom we salute for his lifetime of service.

I have just taken the sacred oath each of tHESe patriots took — an oath first sworn by George Washington.

But the American story depends not on any one of us, not on some of us, but on all of us.

On “We the People” who seek a more perfect Union.

This is a great nation and we are a good people.

Over the centuries through storm and strife, in peace and in war, we have come so far. But we still have far to go.

We will press forward with speed and urgency, for we have much to do in this winter of peril and possibility.

Much to repair.

Much to restore.

Much to heal.

Much to build.

And much to gain.

Few periods in our nation’s history have been more challenging or difficult than the one we’re in now.

A once-in-a-century virus silently stalks the country.

It’s taken as many lives in one year as America lost in all of World War II.

Millions of jobs have been lost.

Hundreds of thousands of businesses closed.

A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us. The dream of justice for all will be deferred no longer.

A cry for survival comes from the planet itself. A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear.

And now, a rise in political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.

To overcome tHESe challenges – to restore the soul and to secure the future of America – requires more than words.

It requires that most elusive of things in a democracy:

Unity.

Unity.

In another January in Washington, on New Year’s Day 1863, Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

When he put pen to paper, the President said, “If my name ever goes down into history it will be for this act and my whole soul is in it.”

My whole soul is in it.

Today, on this January day, my whole soul is in this:

Bringing America together.

Uniting our people.

And uniting our nation.

I ask every American to join me in this cause.

Uniting to fight the common foes we face:

Anger, resentment, hatred.

Extremism, lawlessness, violence.

Disease, joblessness, hopelessness.

With unity we can do great things. Important things.

We can right wrongs.

We can put people to work in good jobs.

We can teach our children in safe schools.

We can overcome this deadly virus.

We can reward work, rebuild the middle class, and make health caresecure for all.

We can deliver racial justice.

We can make America, once again, the leading force for good in the world.

I know speaking of unity can sound to some like a foolish fantasy.

I know the forces that divide us are deep and they are real.

But I also know they are not new.

Our history has been a constant struggle between the American ideal that we are all created equal and the harsh, ugly reality that racism, nativism, fear, and demonization have long torn us apart.

The battle is perennial.

Victory is never assured.

Through the Civil War, the Great Depression, World War, 9/11, through struggle, sacrifice, and setbacks, our “better angels” have always prevailed.

In each of tHESe moments, enough of us came together to carry all of us forward.

And, we can do so now.

History, faith, and reason show the way, the way of unity.

We can see each other not as adversaries but as neighbors.

We can treat each other with dignity and respect.

We can join forces, stop the shouting, and lower the temperature.

For without unity, there is no peace, only bitterness and fury.

No progress, only exhausting outrage.

No nation, only a state of chaos.

This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge, and unity is the path forward.

And, we must meet this moment as the United States of America.

If we do that, I guarantee you, we will not fail.

We have never, ever, ever failed in America when we have acted together.

And so today, at this time and in this place, let us start afresh.

All of us.

Let us listen to one another.

Hear one another.See one another.

Show respect to one another.

Politics need not be a raging fire destroying everything in its path.

Every disagreement doesn’t have to be a cause for total war.

And, we must reject a culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured.

My fellow Americans, we have to be different than this.

America has to be better than this.

And, I believe America is better than this.

Just look around.

Here we stand, in the shadow of a Capitol dome that was completed amid the Civil War, when the Union itself hung in the balance.

Yet we endured and we prevailed.

Here we stand looking out to the great Mall where Dr. King spoke of his dream.

Here we stand, where 108 years ago at another inaugural, thousands of protestors tried to block brave women from marching for the right to vote.

Today, we mark the swearing-in of the first woman in American history elected to national office – Vice President Kamala Harris.

Don’t tell me things can’t change.

Here we stand across the Potomac from Arlington National Cemetery, where heroes who gave the last full measure of devotion rest in eternal peace.

And here we stand, just days after a riotous mob thought they could use violence to silence the will of the people, to stop the work of our democracy, and to drive us from this sacred ground.

That did not happen.

It will never happen.

Not today.

Not tomorrow.

Not ever.

To all those who supported our campaign I am humbled by the faith you have placed in us.

To all those who did not support us, let me say this: Hear me out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart.

And if you still disagree, so be it.

That’s democracy. That’s America. The right to dissent peaceably, within the guardrails of our Republic, is perhaps our nation’s greatest strength.

Yet hear me clearly: Disagreement must not lead to disunion.

And I pledge this to you: I will be a President for all Americans.

I will fight as hard for those who did not support me as for those who did.

Many centuries ago, Saint Augustine, a saint of my church, wrote that a people was a multitude defined by the common objects of their love.

What are the common objects we love that define us as Americans?

I think I know.

Opportunity.

Security.

Liberty.

Dignity.

Respect.

Honor.

And, yes, the truth.

Recent weeks and months have taught us a painful lesson.

There is truth and there are lies.

Lies told for power and for profit.

And each of us has a duty and responsibility, as citizens, as Americans, and especially as leaders – leaders who have pledged to honor our Constitution and protect our nation — to defend the truth and to defeat the lies.

I understand that many Americans view the future with some fear and trepidation.

I understand they worry about their jobs, about taking care of their families, about what comes next.

I get it.

But the answer is not to turn inward, to retreat into competing factions, distrusting those who don’t look like you do, or worship the way you do, or don’t get their news from the same sources you do.

We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal.

We can do this if we open our souls instead of hardening our hearts.

If we show a little tolerance and humility.

If we’re willing to stand in the other person’s shoes just for a moment.Because here is the thing about life: There is no accounting for what fate will deal you.

There are some days when we need a hand.

There are other days when we’re called on to lend one.

That is how we must be with one another.

And, if we are this way, our country will be stronger, more prosperous, more ready for the future.

My fellow Americans, in the work ahead of us, we will need each other.

We will need all our strength to persevere through this dark winter.

We are entering what may well be the tougHESt and deadliest period of the virus.

We must set aside the politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation.

I promise you this: as the Bible says weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.

We will get through this, together

The world is watching today.

So here is my message to those beyond our borders: America has been tested and we have come out stronger for it.

We will repair our alliances and engage with the world once again.

Not to meet yesterday’s challenges, but today’s and tomorrow’s.

We will lead not merely by the example of our power but by the power of our example.

We will be a strong and trusted partner for peace, progress, and security.

We have been through so much in this nation.

And, in my first act as President, I would like to ask you to join me in a moment of silent prayer to remember all those we lost this past year to the pandemic.

To those 400,000 fellow Americans – mothers and fathers, husbands and wives, sons and daughters, friends, neighbors, and co-workers.

We will honor them by becoming the people and nation we know we can and should be.

Let us say a silent prayer for those who lost their lives, for those they left behind, and for our country.

Amen.

This is a time of testing.

We face an attack on democracy and on truth.

A raging virus.

Growing inequity.

The sting of systemic racism.

A climate in crisis.

America’s role in the world.

Any one of tHESe would be enough to challenge us in profound ways.

But the fact is we face them all at once, presenting this nation with the gravest of responsibilities.

Now we must step up.

All of us.

It is a time for boldness, for there is so much to do.

And, this is certain.

We will be judged, you and I, for how we resolve the cascading crises of our era.

Will we rise to the occasion?

Will we master this rare and difficult hour?

Will we meet our obligations and pass along a new and better world for our children?

I believe we must and I believe we will.

And when we do, we will write the next chapter in the American story.

It’s a story that might sound something like a song that means a lot to me.

It’s called “American Anthem” and there is one verse stands out for me:

“The work and prayersof centuries have brought us to this dayWhat shall be our legacy?What will our children say?…Let me know in my heartWhen my days are throughAmericaAmericaI gave my best to you.”

Let us add our own work and prayers to the unfolding story of our nation.

If we do this then when our days are through our children and our children’s children will say of us they gave their best.

They did their duty.

They healed a broken land.My fellow Americans, I close today where I began, with a sacred oath.

Before God and all of you I give you my word.

I will always level with you.

I will defend the Constitution.

I will defend our democracy.

I will defend America.

I will give my all in your service thinking not of power, but of possibilities.

Not of personal interest, but of the public good.

And together, we shall write an American story of hope, not fear.

Of unity, not division.

Of light, not darkness.

An American story of decency and dignity.

Of love and of healing.

Of greatness and of goodness.

May this be the story that guides us.

The story that inspires us.

The story that tells ages yet to come that we answered the call of history.

We met the moment.

That democracy and hope, truth and justice, did not die on our watch but thrived.

That our America secured liberty at home and stood once again as a beacon to the world.

That is what we owe our forebearers, one another, and generations to follow.

So, with purpose and resolve we turn to the tasks of our time.

Sustained by faith.

Driven by conviction.

And, devoted to one another and to this country we love with all our hearts.

May God bless America and may God protect our troops.

Thank you, America.

END

12:13 pm EST

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