President Trump with a Busy Week Planned

President Trump is making the most of his first Monday in office. This morning he sent out a tweet detailing what he has on the agenda this week. Donald Trump is going to be a busy man this week.

The first tweet is dealing with creating manufacturing jobs in the United States. “Busy week planned with a heavy focus on jobs and national security. Top executives coming in at 9:00 A.M. to talk manufacturing in America.

President Trump Agenda

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Additionally, it has been reported that Trump’s first executive order will be withdrawing from TPP. There are multiple sources reporting this, but one of them is CNN. This is something Trump preached from day one. Per CNN:

President Donald Trump’s first executive action on Monday will be to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, two sources familiar with matter told CNN.

That withdrawal is consistent with campaign promises Trump made. The real estate mogul ran on a platform of anti-globalization policies and vowing to create fairer trade deals for American workers.
Let’s hope President Trump continues to keep his word. It must be said that withdrawing from TPP and working to create jobs is a very good place to start. While Trump will not rebuild the economy overnight, the only way to get started is by taking action.

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