Donald Trump outlines policy plan for first 100 days
President-elect Donald Trump unveiled plans for his first 100 days in office, including proposals related to immigration, trade deals and defense policy, using a video published online to briefly outline his proposals.
- withdraw from negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal
- cancel environmental restrictions put in place by President Barack Obama
- ask his national security team to buttress against infrastructure attacks
- have the Labor Department investigate federal worker visas
- impose broad new bans on lobbying by government employees.
The items Trump detailed Monday are all somewhat easy lifts inside Washington — because they can be done with a simple signature by Trump and do not require congressional approval. But Trump also left out his biggest campaign promises — including promises to
- build a wall along the Mexican border
- establish a “deportation force,”
- place new restrictions on immigration from some majority Muslim countries
- repeal Obamacare
- prosecute Hillary Clinton
- and spend $1 trillion on infrastructure.