President Trump’s First 100 Days

Donald Trump is hitting the ground running as he transitions to become America’s next president.

Not wasting a single moment, Trump recently released his “Contract With The American Voter” which outlines a bold 100-day plan to reverse the damage caused by the past 8 years of Obama’s regime.

And Trump isn’t starting off soft. He’s all in.

Criminal illegal aliens? Gone.

Government workers? Immediate hiring freeze.

Career politicians? Term-limited.

ObamaCare? Fully repealed.

Trump’s plan has the current political establishment shaking with fear. Many policy experts have admitted that the uncertainty of the unknown is worrisome.

But Trump promises the American people change, and if he accomplishes his 100-day agenda, America is off to a great start.

One of the main campaign promises Trump is holding true to deals with the illegal immigration crisis.

Criminal illegals have continued to cross the border in record numbers, bringing gang violence and gang-related crime to America’s streets.

But that will all end on Trump’s watch.

Trump’s “Contract With The American Voter” plans to tackle the illegal alien crisis immediately by introducing the “End Illegal Immigration Act.”

Trump’s website summarizes the “End Illegal Immigration Act” which states:

“Fully-funds the construction of a wall on our southern border with the full understanding that the country of Mexico will be reimbursing the United States for the full cost of such wall; establishes a two-year mandatory minimum federal prison sentence for illegally re-entering the U.S. after a previous deportation, and a five-year mandatory minimum federal prison sentence for illegally re-entering for those with felony convictions, multiple misdemeanor convictions or two or more prior deportations; also reforms visa rules to enhance penalties for overstaying and to ensure open jobs are offered to American workers first.”

In addition, Trump has promised term limits on all members of Congress and placing a hiring freeze on federal employees. He intends to eliminate burdensome regulations, and lobbying restrictions on former White House and Congressional officials.

Many people voted for Trump because they believed he would fix the economy and bring jobs back to the U.S.

Trump is keeping good on that promise too. The President-elect’s contract vows to grow the economy at 4% per year, while creating at least 25 million new jobs by lowering taxes and simplifying regulations.

But one of the most popular items on Trump’s 100-day plan is repealing ObamaCare.

And according to Rep. Chris Collins, it can be done.

The Daily Mail reports:

“Republicans who now have unified control of Congress plan to move to repeal Obamacare during the first 100 days of the incoming Trump administration, said Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY).


They would do this under a budget procedure called ‘reconciliation,’ which requires a simple majority vote to approve tax and spending changes.


Democrats, who hold a strong minority in the Senate, would be unable to stop it unless they won some Republicans over to their side.”

While many people have suffered under 8 years of the Obama Adminstration, Trump’s plan will undo the damage and restore prosperity to America.

He’s already assembling an experienced transition team to get the ball rolling, and ultimately fix the mess America is in.

And when Trump was asked to comment on his 100-day plan after meeting with Congressional leaders, he said:

“We’re going to move very strongly on immigration. We will move very strongly on health care. And we’re looking at jobs. Big league jobs,” Trump said, reports The Daily Mail.

Which item in Trump’s 100-day plan do you like the most?

What is the first action you want Trump to take after he officially becomes President? Do you think his plan can mend the damage Obama has caused over the past 8 years?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.