Trump spoke about the plans for the first hundred days of his presidency


The US President-elect Donald trump released a video message in which he spoke about his plans for the first hundred days in the White house.

Trump said that on the first day of his presidency he intends to start the procedure of withdrawal from the agreement on the TRANS-Pacific partnership (TPP). “I’m going to release a notice of intention to withdraw from the TRANS-Pacific partnership — a potential catastrophe for our country. Instead, we will negotiate a fair bilateral trade deals that will bring jobs and manufacturing back to America,” — said the President-elect.

In addition, trump vowed to immediately begin developing a plan to ensure cyber security. “I will ask of the Pentagon and the Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff U.S. army to develop a detailed plan to protect critical infrastructure from cyber attacks and all other kinds of attacks,” he said.

The Republican also said he will repeal restrictions on the production of hydrocarbons, including offshore fields. “I will abolish restrictions that kill jobs in the field of energy production in America, including energy, offshore and coal, creating millions of high-paying jobs. That’s what we want, what we expect,” trump promised.

Video: Transition 2017

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