Huge First Day: Trump Restores Mexico City Policy, Kills TPP

President Trump may have had the biggest first day of any president in history with what he has already accomplished before lunch. His first move was to restore the Mexico City Policy, first enacted under President Reagan. And there was much more to come.

Here’s more from the Breitbart:

President Donald Trump signed three executive actions this morning, killing the Trans-Pacific partnership, instituting a federal hiring freeze, and restoring the Mexico City policy, which bans federal funds from being used to fund abortions.

“We’ve been talking about this for a long time … a great thing for the American worker,” Trump said after signing the order killing former President Obama’s signature trade effort.

Trump senior advisors stood and watched Trump sign the executive orders as senior advisor Reince Priebus announced each order as it was signed.

Trump specified that the hiring freeze for federal workers would not apply to the military.

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