Donald Trump isn’t about to sit on his laurels once he obtains the Oval Office chair.
In fact, according to Vice President-elect Mike Pence, the businessman turned Commander-in-Chief has an incredibly ambitious agenda for his first months in office. And this agenda focuses one overriding precept: Getting things done.
Despite what certain Democrats and liberals might believe, that Trump will feel overwhelmed in his new position and will spend all his spare time on Twitter, it’s clear that the new President-elect is primed and ready. In addition to meeting with very respectable cabinet candidates, he has already saved over a thousand American jobs by keeping Carrier in business.
It certainly won’t end there, either.
As Pence told The Wall Street Journal, Trump intends to tackle several of the country’s biggest issues, including the troublesome tax code, the ultra-complex conundrum that is healthcare, and the oft-discussed and highly controversial immigration laws. Pence confirmed that Trump is prepping “ambitious 100-day and 200-day plans aimed at fulfilling core campaign promises and jump-starting economic growth.”
When asked what voters will be surprised about with Trump as President, Pence replied:
“I think the only thing that will surprise them is that Washington, D.C., is going to get an awful lot done in a short period of time.”
An active White House that actually understands what the word “progress” means? One that realizes just how badly businesses, big and small, have been suffering in recent years? One that gets that Obamacare was a colossal failure and the immigration laws are a joke?
Yeah, I’ll take that.
Source: The Wall Street Journal