Executive orders ran rampant in White House
February 14, 2017
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Donald Trump was sworn in as president on Jan. 20, and since then, he has signed many executive orders. Here’s a few:
Trump plans on bringing 25 million more jobs to America. He plans to do this by taking back the jobs that are in China, Mexico, Japan and Vietnam.
Trump plans to deport illegal immigrants in the U.S. and instill stricter security by having a wall built at the U.S.- Mexican border. On his website, Trump’s administration pledges to “suspend…immigration from some of the most dangerous and volatile regions of the world that have a history of exporting terrorism.”
In order to enforce immigration restrictions, Trump wants to increase the military to 540,000 active soldiers, provide 350 U.S. Navy ships, 1,200 aircrafts for the U.S. Air Force and 36 Battalions for the U.S. Marines.
Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare):
Trump has promised a health care plan that would be “better and more affordable” than Obamacare, however no concrete replacement plan has been revealed.
Defund Planned Parenthood:
Trump wants to defund the federally funded program, Planned Parenthood. Trump wants to stop spending on Planned Parenthood, which provides abortion services. “I would defund it because of the abortion factor, which they say is 3 percent. They say it’s 3 percent. But I would defund it, because I’m pro-life,” Trump said at a debate in Feb. 25, 2016.