Ending regulations on shale energy and coal, signalling the country’s intention to exit the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and targeting cyber-attacks, these are the issues that top the list of Donald Trump’s plans for his first 100 days in the Oval Office. In a YouTube video, Mr Trump discussed how he intends to address trade, energy, regulation, national security, immigration and ethics-related issues during the early days of his presidential term. Contending that his agenda is based on the idea of “putting America first,” the president-elect intends to bring jobs and production back to the United States.
On November 21, President-elect Donald Trump announced his plans for the first hundred days in office. In a video address, he outlined his priorities in his quest to “put America first.” Trump’s list focused on steps he could take with executive actions, avoiding the need to go through the US Congress. There was no mention of building a wall along the Mexican border. There was nothing about repealing Obamacare. But President-elect Donald Trump has plenty to do in his first 100 days in office. Let’s have a look at his plans:
1. Withdraw from TPP
Trump intends to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, following through on a campaign promise that struck a chord with many working-class US voters. He said that he was going to issue a note of intent to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, calling it “a potential disaster for our country”. Instead, he would “negotiate fair bilateral trade deals that bring jobs and industry back”.
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