Donald Trump’s first 100-day plan reveals a lot about the future of America. Will he build a wall along the Mexican border? Is he going to refine Obamacare?
In a recently released video, the president-elect addressed his priorities to “make America great again.” Donald Trump is said to take executive steps, avoiding the need to first go through the U.S. Congress. Check out his 100-day plan after he will take over the Oval Office.
Donald Trump’s Cancellation Of Environmental Restrictions
During his presidential campaign, Trump remained very vocal about decreasing environmental restrictions. Now, as he will become the face of America in January, he has vowed to materialize his promises.
During the campaign, he claimed that the climate change is a hoax by the Chinese, although he later claimed he was only joking.
In the video, Trump stated that he will “cancel job-killing restrictions on the production of American energy, including shale energy and clean coal.” By doing so, his government is going to create millions of high-paying jobs.
Apart from this, he previously stated that he would demolish Obama’s Clean Power Plan, which many suggests as a “war on coal.” The plan targets existing coal-fired and natural gas power plants in an effort to decrease greenhouse emissions in the United States by as much as 32 percent by 2030.
Donald Trump And Dodd-Frank Act
The president-elect says that he will design a rule that says for “every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated.”
It was previously reported by CNN that Trump has vowed to eliminate the Dodd-Frank Act. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was signed into federal law by President Barack Obama in 2010. The act brought the most significant changes to financial regulations in America.
Alan Greenspan, who once severed as the chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States, told CNBC that eliminating Dodd-Frank Act would be a disastrous mistake.
“I’d love to see Dodd-Frank disappear,” he further added.
Donald Trump’s War Against Cyberattacks
He stated that in the coming months, he is going to create a cyber-review team that will consist of members of the military, law enforcement, and the private sector.
Trump wants to audit the security of the federal government’s computer systems and at the same time, and he wants to increase the power of the U.S. military’s hacking division.
“Develop the offensive cyber capabilities we need to deter attacks by both state and non-state actors and, if necessary, to respond appropriately,” he added.
The Inquisitr reported back in October that several of the world’s best-known websites were inaccessible across parts of the United States after many hackers attacked a company that acts as a switchboard for the internet. There’s a possibility that after Trump’s action against cyber attacks, these will finally come to an end.
United States’ Withdrawal From Trans-Pacific Partnership
Donald Trump says that he intends to withdraw from the TPP negotiations and replace the partnership with “fair bilateral trade deals.”
Earlier to this, he stated that the Trans-Pacific Partnership was another disaster and “pushed by special interests who want to rape our country — just a continuing rape of our country.”
If this action will materialize in future, then it will hamper Obama’s aim to strengthen America’s relationships with different Asian countries.
Many Asian politicians are against this approach. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe recently said that the partnership, which took years to negotiate, is nothing without America.
Donald Trump’s presidential transition is currently underway, and he is scheduled to be inaugurated on January 20, 2017. Do you think that his first 100 days are going to improve America’s condition? Take the poll below!
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