Donald Trump is wasting no time getting down to business after his inauguration this week. According to the Washington Examiner, he could issue as many as five executive orders on Friday immediately after he takes the oath of office.
Here’s more from Newsmax:
“He’s got a few of them, probably in the area of four to five, that we’re looking at on Friday,” incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said.
“Some of it is logistical things that you have to do in terms of government operations. Then there are some other ones that I expect him to sign with regards to some other issues that have been on his priority list.”
The website noted Trump has already said he will undo all of President Barack Obama’s immigration-related executive orders and will reverse certain climate regulations. Trump could also begin dismantling Obama’s Affordable Care Act, according to the Examiner.
And Newsweek reported: “On Friday, shortly after he’s inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump will begin dismantling Barack Obama’s eight years of work as commander in chief.”
First on the agenda, will be signing executive orders that don’t require congressional approval, according to Newsweek.