Donald Trump made it very clear, during the campaign and transition period, that his presidency would be one of action.
He outlined his first 100 days in office, covering a vast scope of things he would accomplish in that crucial period. This period is especially important, as it will set the tone for the rest of his presidency. He will make significant changes now, while enthusiasm is high, that he will enforce and expand in the coming years.
Now that the Inauguration and celebration is over, he is hitting the ground running with plans to make American great again and to undo the work of Barack Obama.
If this week is any indication, it’s going to be an exciting four years.
President Donald Trump starts his first week with a packed schedule—from pushing through his slate of cabinet nominees to a raft of executive orders and setting the direction on foreign trade.
Mr. Trump is planning executive actions early in the week on immigration and trade, two White House officials said, and will have a chance to lay the groundwork for a trade deal during a meeting Friday with British Prime Minister Theresa May , the first foreign leader to visit the new president in the White House. He also will meet with congressional leaders on Monday and attend a lawmakers’ retreat later in the week, where he could discuss his legislative agenda.
Assigning his cabinet is a vital first step. Mike Pompeo, our next CIA director, is set to be confirmed today. Three more cabinet members are to be confirmed later this week, Ben Carson, Nikki Haley, and Rick Perry.
Trump plans to get his team into place as soon as possible. Compare that to Obama’s first term, where it took almost a year for certain positions to be filled.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said Sunday on Fox that Mr. Trump would have a “full week,” adding, “I’ve never seen anyone work harder and have more energy than this president.”
Trump has made a vow to all this supporters to make good on a number of promises. With his trademark energy and characteristic boldness, he is sure to do more for this country in the next few days, than most presidents do in years.
It’s no surprise that the left is ranting and raving like they are. But the bad news for them is, they can’t really stop him.