This has not happened; note 2 things:
A reader asks: (This is if Joe Biden takes power; after the past few days, count on inability to count on anything.)
Biden is set to become the next US President, but as The Committee pointed out before, Biden never campaigned on policy. What do we expect in the next 4 years, except Biden will probably reverse some of Trump's actions? Recalling the significant actions in Trump's presidency:
Q1: Huge tax cut for wealthy individuals and big companies, and racked up the federal government deficit; Biden - do we expect a significant tax increase?
C: Tax cuts for everyone, huge for huge taxpayers you mention. This era has passed; all taxes will increase for everyone. Big companies do not pay tax, their customers do.
Q2: Trump - cracked down on illegal immigration; Biden - probably less enforcement of immigration laws and the US will be flooded with more illegal immigrants? No more border-wall with Mexico?
C: Illegal entry and work will be less difficult, however economic opportunities will drive this issue more than official or practical policy. Tax increases will ensure economic recovery slows, the coming sharp increases in fuel prices will ensure economic doldrums remain and worsen.
Q3: Trump - took the US out of various international agreements and organisations, including Paris Climate Change Accord, Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), World Health Organisation, Nuclear Agreement with Iran, and arms treaties with Russia; Biden - probably re-joining the Paris Accord early. Re-joining the TPP or WHO, too? And re-joining the Iran nuclear treaty?
C: Yes, all of these will be attempted.
Q4: Trump - troops withdrawal from the Middle East and generally hesitant to take military action; Biden - any military adventure in the next 4 years?
Q5: Trump - supported Israel and other Middle East regimes (eg Saudi, UAE), and aborted the Oslo Peace Accord; Biden - less blatant oppression of the Palestinians? And less supportive of the Arab regimes in the Middle East?
C: This part of the world will remain as it is, as far as US policy is concerned. Small changes will not be material. The upcoming oil crunch will overshadow the region.
Q6: Trump - trade and diplomatic confrontation with China; Biden - economic conflict with China will continue, but with less provocation by the US? And less support for Taiwan?
C: The Biden Administration will reverse course on China.
Q7: Trump - unsuccessfully pushed NATO and other allies for more defence spending. Biden - probably lower defence spending in the US?
C: Significant cuts to military spending and force size will be attempted and largely occur, but government spending will not decrease. Budget deficits will continue to expand, the pace and rate of expansion increasing.
Q8: Anything else we can expect in the next four years, at the federal level of the US?
C: Biden will leave office long before his four year term is complete, Kamala Harris will become president. It will not be his first term. It will be a partial, single term.