President Trump has shown no indication that he’ll be pivoting anytime soon to the political center, despite what constant cry from the mainstream media to do such.
Case in point would be three different executive orders that are undoubtedly causing liberal craniums to explode nation-wide.
Before 12 noon on his first full workday in office, President Trump moved to;
- Stop the grotesquely obese bureaucracy that is the civilian federal workforce
- Saved even more American jobs from moving overseas
- Ceased taxpayer dollars from funding the killing of unborn children by international organizations
If all that wasn’t enough to make the hearts of every patriotic American sing, the Trump inner circle also show no signs of backing off the running gunbattle they’ve been having with the liberal media.
As reported (in part) by Adam Edelman of The New York Daily News;
Trump also signed an executive order that put in motion the United States’ withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which the new prez repeatedly promised to do throughout his campaign.
According to NBC News, Trump will then initiate trade negotiations with individual nations within the agreement.
In addition, he plans to sign another order that would make clear his intention to immediately begin negotiating NAFTA, although it isn’t clear whether he plans on signing it on Monday.
Trump also signed orders that instituted a hiring freeze on some federal workers and a cut on funding for international groups that perform abortions, and spoke via phone with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
The extensive outreach effort follows a chaotic first weekend in the White House that saw mass protests against his presidency on Saturday and a trio of advisers, including Press Secretary Sean Spicer, criticize news organizations for correctly reporting on the size of the crowds at the inauguration.
Meanwhile, at 1:30 p.m. ET Monday, Spicer will hold his first daily press briefing.
The event will occur just a day after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and chief of staff Reince Priebus suggested they were about to get even tougher on their treatment of reporters.
“I think we’re going to have to rethink our relationship here,” Conway said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
On “Fox News Sunday,” Priebus said the administration is going to “fight back tooth and nail every day” against the media.
“There is an obsession by the media to delegitimize this President,” he said. “We are not going to sit around and let it happen.”