Today President Elect Donald Trump released a video on Twitter outlining exactly what he plans to do immediately as president.
“Our transition team is working very smoothly, efficiently, and effectively,” Trump said. “Truly talented men and women — patriots indeed — are being brought in, and many will soon be a part of our government.”
When it came to policy, Trump got specific about what his administration will do in the first 100 days of his presidency.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 21, 2016
CNN outlined his action plan:
Trump promised to withdraw from negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, cancel environmental restrictions put in place by President Barack Obama, ask his national security team to buttress against infrastructure attacks, have the Labor Department investigate federal worker visas and impose broad new bans on lobbying by government employees.
The six items he detailed would be “easy lifts” in Washington — things that he could easily pass without Congress.
Trump did not, however, mention whether or not he would follow through on his campaign promise to build it. Of course, building a wall would require Congress’ approval and a lot of work. He also did not mention whether or not he plans to repeal Obamacare, another one of his big promises.
Trump’s new video came out on the same day that he trashed many figures in the mainstream media, including Martha Raddataz, to their faces during a meeting. He called them liars for giving him unfair coverage during the campaign, and being blatant in their efforts to help elect Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Regardless, it seems clear that Trump will be a very action and results-oriented president; something that is greatly needed in Washington DC right now!
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