Trump’s Energetic First Week, Campaign Promises Being Fulfilled

Trump Enters The Arena, Taking The Bull By The Horns

President Donald J. Trump

While a majority are extremely pleased with Trumps first week in office, the progressive left and other leftist women organizations seemed to have week-long protests, with women dressed in vile costumes, brandishing profane placards, while their male counterparts cheered them on. These protests would cause even the most liberal of parents to prohibit their small children from watching their disgusting antics as they are broadcast on national media.

Immediately after being sworn in, the new President ordered federal agencies to ease the “regulatory burdens” of ObamaCare. Agencies were ordered to waive, defer, grant exemptions from or delay the implementation of any provision or requirement of Obamacare in hopes that this order will lower the burden on individuals, families and patients as the President and the Congress work on a permanent solution to ObamaCare.

Tuesday, Trump revitalized both the Keystone and Dakota Access to be built with an executive order. He also ordered speeding up the timeline on the project by streamlining the permitting process and cutting through the governmental red tape. He also spoke about using US steel for the pipelines, instead of foreign imports, thus revitalizing the steel industry and providing more jobs.

Trump then moved forward with an agenda to secure our borders and improve the safety of Americans. He plans on stripping federal grant money to dangerous sanctuary cities, hiring 5,000 more Border Patrol Agents, ending “catch-and-release” policies for illegal immigrants and reinstating local and state immigration enforcement partnerships.

Trump met with British Prime Minister Theresa May Friday, who seemed optimistic about the visit saying, “so as we rediscover our confidence together, as you renew your nation, just as we renew ours, we have the opportunity, indeed the responsibility to renew the special relationship for this new age. We have the opportunity to lead together again.”

By next Thursday Trump will announce his choice to fill the vacancy left on the Supreme Court after the untimely demise of Justice Antonin Scalia last February. A correct appointment could tip the scales of justice that could shape the future of our nation by weighing into the important decisions that reach the nations’ highest court

Democrats and left-wing kooks may not like the new President but as for Donald J. Trump, he seems to be on n unstoppable roll and a majority seem to like what he is doing to keep America free from attack and Trojan horse style invasion from ISIS. Those who don’t agree have been vocal about it, but my projection on the matter is: They will fade into distant history and become nuisance noise. The finality of Trumps’ victory hasn’t fully set in with the Congressional Democrats and they still believe they can disrupt the nominating process. All I have to say to them is, keep on swinging at empty air boys and girls.

4 thoughts on “Trump’s Energetic First Week, Campaign Promises Being Fulfilled”

  1. Boy oh boy, the left screwballs are complaining already. Trumps sure has taken the nation by the horns and doesn’t look back.
    It’s fun to listen to them and laugh though, I wonder what Trump will come up with next

  2. Now the senate democrats are threatening to give the Supreme Court nominee a hard time. They think they are on a roll but they’ve never dealt with anyone like Trump. He won’t play with them and they will lose more Reps and Senators in the Midterm elections

  3. Kudos to Sen. Hatch for changing the rules when the dems boycotted the committee mtg. If you don’t show up for work you shouldn’t expect to get rewarded. Their childish actions can only hurt their party.

  4. Yes, the dems are steadily attacking one another and continually shooting themselves in the foot.

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