TIME wrote that Biden now leads a nation that’s divided by info and fellow Americans who mistrust themThis week, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris made historical past, and now TIME Magazine has launched their commemorative cowl celebrating the primary day of the administration, which additionally sends a transparent message concerning the proverbial mess left behind by former President Donald Trump.Both Biden and Harris had been named TIME’s Person of the Year after receiving a record-breaking 81 million votes.U.S. President Joe Biden speaks as Vice President Kamala Harris seems on throughout an occasion within the State Dining Room of the White House January 21, 2021 in Washington, DC. President Biden delivered remarks on his administration’s COVID-19 response, and signed govt orders and different presidential actions. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)In the duvet story for this newest concern, author Charlotte Alter takes an in depth have a look at the challenges our new president will face so as to hold his promise of uniting a rustic that has grow to be more and more divided.READ MORE: House approves waiver for Biden Pentagon decide Lloyd AustinREAD MORE: Fox News host Sean Hannity wasted no time attacking President Biden“Biden now leads a country divided between Americans who believe in facts and Americans who distrust them,” Alter writes. “Between those who want a multiracial Republic and those who seek to invalidate nonwhite votes, between those with faith in democratic institutions and those who put faith only in Trump.”“At the very least, that faith must be rooted in some sense of shared reality, a willingness to agree to disagree according to the laws laid out in the Constitution,” she continues, noting, “At the dawn of Biden’s presidency, when millions of Republicans believe the false conspiracy theory that the election was stolen, and thousands turned to violence to ‘stop the steal,’ even that simple foundation seems wobbly.”President Joe Biden indicators his first govt orders within the Oval Office of the White House on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)Alter surmises that Biden could by no means be capable of convey the nation nation. But it is probably not a misplaced effort for him to attempt.Story continues“Joe Biden may never unify America,” Alter concludes. “That may not even be possible in a nation so riven by disinformation and delusion. But if he can get Americans who disagree on everything else to agree on the democratic process, if he can help restore political debate to the realm of truth, if he can deliver enough solutions to restore some small faith in government, that would be a start. America still won’t be united, but it could be united enough.”Have you subscribed to theGrio’s podcast “Dear Culture”? Download our latest episodes now!TheGrio is now on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and Roku. Download theGrio in the present day!The put up TIME marks begin of Biden’s presidency with cowl of Oval Office trashed by Trump appeared first on TheGrio.