President Donald Trump took office on Jan. 20 and since then he has made a lot of changes to government policies and governed in his own way. He has signed several executive orders and made changes to a lot policies and frameworks designed by the former administration. Trump will also become the first president since Ronald Reagan to skip the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on April 29 . He also gained one of his major political victories when his pick Neil Gorsuch was selected to the Supreme Court. Trump will complete his first 100 days as president, Saturday. Here’s a list of some of the major things that the 45th U.S. president has done till now.
Trump issued Executive Order 13767 on Jan. 25, addressing directive to the Department of Homeland Security to begin Construction of a wall on the Mexico – U.S. border. Talking about the funding for the wall, Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced a day later that it would be financed by imposing an excess tax of 20% on Mexican imports. But the President seemed to soften on the plan and agreed to be content with an increase in finds for the border security on April 24. But the next day itself he reassured those in favor of the wall, “The wall’s going to get built, folks.”
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned from his office on Feb. 13 after his connections with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak were uncovered. He was deemed vulnerable to blackmail by the Kremlin.
Flynn had lied to other top officials at the White House about his contacts with the Russian Ambassador on Dec. 29, the very same day when the U.S had issued new sanctions on Moscow for their interference in the 2016 presidential elections.
As soon as Trump took office as president he put up an aggressive front against any issue that would terrorize or make the people insecure. He took some bold moves in the process….