On his first day in the Oval Office, Biden ordered a 100-day review of the federal government’s approach to combatting domestic terrorism (with an eye toward creating a new approach)—and today he released it: the National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. “Too often over the past several years, American communities have felt the wrenching pain of domestic terrorism,” Biden said in a written message that precedes the report. The final sections of the plan centers on financially and formally bolstering the powers of law enforcement agencies that are already tracking domestic terrorism. And it acknowledges that in American history domestic terrorism didn’t begin on January 6, but has been a feature since the beginning. “Domestic terrorism is not a new threat in the United States,” the report notes early.