Reuters got trump to sign the first Executive orders on inauguration day


Elected President of the United States, Donald trump intends to sign the first decrees as head of the country on the day of the inauguration. This was reported by Reuters helpers billionaire.

According to them, trump will not hesitate to exercise the right to sign some Executive acts that do not require approval in Congress, on January 20.

“He will devote not only the first day but the second, third, adoption of the agenda for real change. I think you’ll notice it in the coming days and weeks,” — said the press Secretary of the elected President Sean Spicer.

American advisers have reviewed more than 200 potential regulations that relate to health, politics, climate, immigration and energy issues. However, it is not clear how many Executive orders trump will adopt in the first day, said a member of the transition team of the elected President.

Reuters writes that the expected introduction of a Federal moratorium on employment to reduce the ageing workforce. In addition, it can start the process of US withdrawal from the TRANS-Pacific partnership, and to revise the North American free trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. “I think this will happen very soon,” said Spicer.

It is already known that on 21 January — the day after the inauguration — trump will visit the headquarters of the CIA in Langley. Previously, the Agency called on the elected President to be careful with Russia.

After the election, trump spoke about his plans in the first 100 days at the head of the state . Among the priority directions of its activity, he called the decree on the procedure of exit from the agreement on the TRANS-Pacific partnership and the development of a plan on cyber security. Trump also promised to lift restrictions on the production of hydrocarbons, including offshore fields.

 

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