In an interview with Jonathan Karl of ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, for Trump’s future White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump will have a difficult task to change the culture of Washington.
This was in response to the question of Carl, then doubt the first big thing that will make Trump after the inauguration when the president took office in their hands.
“It’s going to be not a big deal, it’s going to be a lot of great things. The first day he was going to sign a series of executive orders to do two things. One is to abolish a number of regulations and actions that have been taken by this administration over the last eight years that have hampered economic growth and job creation.
And then secondly, do the same thing for a forward-thinking. He’s going to start implementing things. He’s going to bring a new brand in Washington. He’s going to introduce a ban on lobbying for five years. It is very forward thinking.
What we had in the past is people who have looked at the mirror. This time, we are thinking ahead. If you want to work in administration Trump, you’re going to serve this country, not themselves. “
Spicer elaborated on the use of Twitter by Trump.
“You know, with all due respect, I think it freaks mainstream media that he has this tracking over 45-plus million people who follow social media, that he can have a direct conversation. He would not have diverted through the media”.
The great news is that enforcement actions of Obama will be canceled.
The problem is in the legislation, a legacy of Obama entailed in enforcement actions.
“Obama was arrogant and a total elitist. He simply bypassed Congress to get done what he wanted to be passed. That’s not how we do things in the Constitutional Republic. Now he can watch as all his Marxist work is undone. Payback’s a b*tch.” (RightWingNews)
Barack Obama should learn the lesson of January 20, by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump uses a pen and phone on and tries to correct the mistakes of Obama. We only guess how he could get out of the skin but it’s his fault.
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