President Trump is moving at lightening speed to fulfill his campaign promises to the American people. The executive orders undoing Obama’s destructive policies continue to make Americans feel reassured that Trump is a man of his word.
After a meeting with the PM of Great Britain, President Trump went over to the Pentagon for the ceremonial swearing in ceremony of General James Mattis.
A BIG bonus to the swearing in was when President Trump signed two HUGE executive orders that aim to help keep Americans safe:
President Donald Trump has signed an executive action implementing “new extreme vetting measures” that he says are aimed at keeping “radical Islamic terrorists” out of the United States.
“We don’t want them here.” – President Donald J. Trump
The president says he only wants to admit people to the United States who will support the country. His comments echoed his campaign pledge to implement “extreme vetting” programs, particularly for people coming from countries with ties to terrorism.
“Make sure we’re not admitting to our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas.” President Donald J. Trump
The president signed the executive action at the Pentagon, where he met with the joint chiefs of staff and participated in a ceremonial swearing-in for Defense Secretary James Mattis:
PLEASE GO TO THE 1:09 MARK FOR THE SPEECH BY VP PENCE AND THEN THE SWEARING IN:
The second executive order is an order to rebuild the U.S. Armed Forces!
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) January 27, 2017