The US President-elect Donald Trump published a video in which he spoke of his plans for the first hundred days in the White House.
In the introduction he said that the transition team that consists of true patriots works very effectively to realize the main slogan of his election program - to make America great again. And he said that the main objective is creation of jobs for American workers and care for their wealth.
His team has developed a series of decrees that he intends to adopt on the very first day of his presidency, the billionaire explained.
Trump promised to leave the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which was signed by Barack Obama on February 4, 2016 in Auckland (New Zealand). He also announced his intention to cancel the environmental restrictions imposed by the previous US President, to call the Department of Labor to conduct an investigation regarding work visas and impose new prohibitions on public officials’ activities.
The alternative of "catastrophic" for the USA Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP), which he criticized during the election race, will be "bilateral trade agreements," that will return working places to America, according to Trump.
"Whether it's producing steel, building cars, or curing disease, I want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here, in our great homeland: America -- creating wealth and jobs for American workers," he said.
He already instructed his transition team to prepare the must do list to help restore laws and working places in the USA, Trump said.
Earlier it was reported that Trump will also appeal to the Ministry of Defense and Chairman of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee with a request to develop a "comprehensive plan on America’s critical infrastructure protection from cyber attacks and any other forms of attacks," he added.