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    What's Trump doing? The List

    So much I can't keep up. Time for a list.

    Monday 3 XO's
    Tuesday 3 XO's
    Wed, 5 XO's, announced he's planning the wall.

    Axing TPP
    Greenlighting the XL pipeline
    Reinstating the Mexico Rule (not funding abortions outside the country
    Easing ACA burdens

    Today, meeting with GOP leadership.

    What else has there been this week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    So much I can't keep up. Time for a list.

    Monday 3 XO's
    Tuesday 3 XO's
    Wed, 5 XO's

    Axing TPP
    Greenlighting the XL pipeline
    Reinstating the Mexico Rule (not funding abortions outside the country
    Easing ACA burdens

    Today, meeting with GOP leadership.

    What else has there been this week?
    MSM gasps over black sites and supposed "torture". They wont talk about the real torture though, burning little girls alive for refusing to have sex with the sub humans, burning pilots alive, cutting off Daniel Pearles head with a steak knife (was reminded of that the other night on "decades"). Meanwhile the perpetrator of that crime is still comfy down in gitmo, more supposed inhumane treatment of our enemies.
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    What the Trump Administration Has Done so Far

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    Much of President Donald Trump’s first weekend in the White House was driven by criticism from Trump and press secretary Sean Spicer of media coverage over the size of his inauguration crowd.
    But the new administration is also driving policy changes that will have far more long-term significance.
    Here’s a list of the Trump administration’s actions in its first 48 hours:
    • Taken over running of the entire federal government. Issued an executive order aimed at rolling back former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
    • Halted a reduction to the annual mortgage insurance premiums borrowers pay when taking out government-backed home loans. Ordered agencies to freeze new regulations, giving the new administration time to review them.
    • Received a key legal OK from the Justice Department for Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner to take on a role in the White House.
    • Met with the CIA, where he addressed employees.
    • Trump also took over the nuclear codes.
    • Trump’s nominee for CIA director, Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo, contradicted his earlier testimony and said he was open to revisiting limits on interrogation techniques including waterboarding if his intelligence officers think it is needed.
    • Raised the specter of another conflict in Iraq, with Trump expressing regret for not taking over the country’s oil and telling the CIA, “We should have kept the oil. Maybe we’ll have another chance.”
    • Spoke to the Mexican president and said the two will meet at the end of January.
    • Spoke to the Canadian prime minister about the two nations’ economic relationship.
    • Announced he has meetings with leaders in Mexico and Canada to begin re-negotiating NAFTA.
    • Announced his first foreign leader meeting will be Friday with the United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May.
    • Signaled a shift in the Justice Department’s civil rights efforts when it requested a delay in the lawsuit over a Texas law requiring voters to present certain types of government-issued IDs.
    • Prepared to issue more executive orders this week.
    • Told the National Park Service not to tweet after it retweeted side-by-side images showing the crowd at former President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration and Trump’s inauguration.
    • Began discussions about moving the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
    • Confronted his first national disaster as President, deadly tornadoes in Georgia.

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    Hiring freeze on govt employees except the military.
    Climate change gone from WH website.
    Replaced the EPA Director with a climate change denier.
    Met with car execs and union leaders about jobs.
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    He must have had teams of people ready to implement these actions before taking office. It shows you how organized he can be.



    Care to know what Obama accomplished in the same time period?

    He signed that huge Spending grab bag the Democrats in Congress created. The wasteful "Stimulus" that failed to revive the economy and create the jobs he promised, but raised our debt considerably.

    A few months later the Obama family went on the "Apology Tour" Vacation......
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    WASHINGTON – Much of President Donald Trump’s first weekend in the White House was driven by criticism from Trump and press secretary Sean Spicer of media coverage over the size of his inauguration crowd.
    But the new administration is also driving policy changes that will have far more long-term significance.
    Here’s a list of the Trump administration’s actions in its first 72 hours:

    1. Taken over running of the entire federal government.
    2. Issued an executive order aimed at rolling back former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
    3. Halted a reduction to the annual mortgage insurance premiums borrowers pay when taking out government-backed home loans.
    4. Ordered agencies to freeze new regulations, giving the new administration time to review them.
    5. Received a key legal OK from the Justice Department for Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner to take on a role in the White House.
    6. Met with the CIA, where he addressed employees. Trump also took over the nuclear codes.
    7. Trump’s nominee for CIA director, Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo, contradicted his earlier testimony and said he was open to revisiting limits on interrogation techniques including waterboarding if his intelligence officers think it is needed.
    8. Raised the specter of another conflict in Iraq, with Trump expressing regret for not taking over the country’s oil and telling the CIA, “We should have kept the oil. Maybe we’ll have another chance.”
    9. Spoke to the Mexican president and said the two will meet at the end of January.
    10. Spoke to the Canadian prime minister about the two nations’ economic relationship.
    11. Announced he has meetings with leaders in Mexico and Canada to begin re-negotiating NAFTA.
    12. Announced his first foreign leader meeting will be Friday with the United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May.
    13. Signaled a shift in the Justice Department’s civil rights efforts when it requested a delay in the lawsuit over a Texas law requiring voters to present certain types of government-issued IDs.
    14. Prepared to issue more executive orders this week.
    15. Told the National Park Service not to tweet after it retweeted side-by-side images showing the crowd at former President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration and Trump’s inauguration.
    16. Began discussions about moving the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
    17. Confronted his first national disaster as President, deadly tornadoes in Georgia.
    18. President Trump signs executive order to begin withdrawal of U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
    19. Trump signed an executive order on an employee hiring freeze for some parts of the federal government.
    20. Trump signed an executive order reinstating the ban on federal money for international groups that perform abortions or provide information on the option.



    http://kfor.com/2017/01/23/what-the-...s-done-so-far/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    So much I can't keep up. Time for a list.

    Monday 3 XO's
    Tuesday 3 XO's
    Wed, 5 XO's, announced he's planning the wall.

    Axing TPP
    Greenlighting the XL pipeline
    Reinstating the Mexico Rule (not funding abortions outside the country
    Easing ACA burdens

    Today, meeting with GOP leadership.

    What else has there been this week?
    Politico has a partial list. He's moving so fast they can't keep up with it....lol.

    1. Providing “relief” from the Affordable Care Act
    Trump’s first executive order on Inauguration Day involved “minimizing the economic burden” of the Affordable Care Act. This order allows the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the heads of other departments and agencies to waive or delay the implementation of any ACA provisions that would impose a financial burden or any state or a regulatory burden on any individuals.
    2. Freezing all regulations
    Trump froze all pending regulations until they are approved directly by his administration or by an agency led by Trump appointees. The action, given in a memorandum from White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, delays all regulations with the exception of health, safety, financial or national security matters allowed by the Office of Management and Budget director.
    3. Reinstating the “Mexico City” abortion policy
    The president reinstated the so-called “Mexico City Policy”, which blocks the use of U.S. taxpayer dollars to fund foreign non-governmental organizations that perform or promote abortions. It was established by former president Ronald Reagan and has been rescinded by Democratic presidents and reinstated by Republican presidents ever since.
    4. Scrapping the Trans-Pacific Partnership
    Trump’s next executive action withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which former President Barack Obama negotiated with 11 other pacific nations. The deal was never ratified by the Senate, so it had not gone into effect. Instead, the Trump administration says it plans on negotiating bilateral deals with individual nations.
    5. Freezing the federal workforce
    Trump issued a presidential memorandum Tuesday that prohibits government agencies from hiring any new employees, effective as of noon on January 22. The order does not apply to military personnel and the head of any executive department may exempt positions that include national security or public safety responsibilities.
    6 & 7. Advancing the Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines
    Trump’s next actions encouraged the construction of two controversial pipelines, the Dakota Access Pipeline and Keystone XL Pipeline. The DAPL action instructs an expedited review and approval of the remaining construction and operation of the pipeline by the Army for Civil Works and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Keystone XL action invites TransCanada, the Canadian energy company behind the pipeline, to re-submit its application for a presidential permit to construct the pipeline. It also instructs the Secretary of State to reach a final determination within 60 days.
    8. Expediting Environmental Reviews on Infrastructure Projects
    On Tuesday, Trump issued an executive order to streamline environmental reviews of high-priority infrastructure projects. The action states that infrastructure projects in the U.S. “have been routinely and excessively delayed by agency processes and procedures.” The action instructs the Chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality to create expedited procedures and deadlines for environmental reviews and approvals for high-priority infrastructure projects.
    9. Promoting “Made-in-the-USA” pipelines
    This memorandum instructs the Secretary of Commerce to create a plan for pipelines created, repaired or expanded in the United States to use materials and equipment produced in the country “to the maximum extent possible.” It establishes that all steel and metal used in such pipelines be completely produced in the United States, from the initial melting stage to the application of coatings.
    10. Reviewing domestic manufacturing regulation
    Trump issued an action that instructs the Secretary of Commerce to contact stakeholders to review the impact of Federal regulations on domestic manufacturing. After the review, the Secretary of Commerce is instructed to create a streamlined Federal permitting process for domestic manufacturers.
    11. Increasing border security measures
    Trump signed an executive order Wednesday that directed the secretary of homeland security to:

    • Begin planning, designing and constructing a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, including identify available federal funds and working with Congress for additional funding
    • Construct and operate detention facilities near the border to make adjudicate asylum claims, subject to the availability of existing funding,
    • Hire 5,000 additional Border Patrol agents, subject to the availability of existing funding,
    • End “catch and release” policy
    • Quantify all “sources of direct and indirect Federal aid or assistance to the Government of Mexico on an annual basis over the past five years”
    • Take action to empower state and local law enforcement to act as immigration officers

    12. Pursuit of undocumented immigrants
    Trump signed an executive order Wednesday that directed the secretary of homeland security to:

    • Prioritize certain undocumented immigrants for removal, including those with criminal convictions and those who have only been charged with a crime
    • Hire 10,000 additional immigration officers at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, subject to the availability of existing funding,
    • Prohibit federal funding, with the help of the attorney general, to “sanctuary” jurisdictions, where local officials have declined to help enforce federal immigration laws
    • Reinstate the Secure Communities program, which was terminated in 2014 and enables state and local law enforcement to effectively act as immigration agents
    • Sanction countries, with the help of the secretary of state, that refuse to accept the return of undocumented immigrants deported from the U.S.
    • Create a list, updated weekly, of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants in sanctuary jurisdictions
    • Create an “Office for Victims of Crimes Committed by Removable Aliens” to “provide proactive, timely, adequate and professional services to victims of crimes committed by removable aliens and family members of such victims”


    http://www.politico.com/agenda/story...orities-000290
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    So much I can't keep up. Time for a list.

    Monday 3 XO's
    Tuesday 3 XO's
    Wed, 5 XO's, announced he's planning the wall.

    Axing TPP
    Greenlighting the XL pipeline
    Reinstating the Mexico Rule (not funding abortions outside the country
    Easing ACA burdens

    Today, meeting with GOP leadership.

    What else has there been this week?
    I think he set Friday aside to show Barack how to tie his sneakers and change his diaper.


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    Donald J. Trump has accomplished more to benefit the United States in 6 days than Barack Hussein Obama did in 8 years.
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