Trump Outlines Presidency Plans. Praised by White Supremacists

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

Protesters have decided to disrupt the Inauguration Day ceremony on January 20, 2017 when Trump is scheduled to begin his four-year term as President.

By Rakesh Raman

President-elect Donald Trump announced today some of the steps that he will take to “make America great again” during the first 100 days of his presidency.

In his video message, Trump said whether it is about producing steel, building cars, or curing disease, he wants the next generation of production and innovation to happen in the U.S.

He has asked his team to make a list of executive actions that the Trump administration should take on Day 1 to restore laws and bring jobs back to America.

Meanwhile, white supremacist Richard Spencer has hailed Trump presidency. In his speech last week at the National Policy Institute in Washington, Spencer indicated that Trump policies will favor whites in America because the country is founded by the whites who do not gain anything from other groups.

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It is said that Spencer has created the “alt-right” movement to restore white identity in America. He said that the press has waged a war against the legitimacy of Trump and it continues to challenge the existence of White America. In a Hitler-style address to a group of white supremacists, Spencer proclaimed “America belongs to the whites.”

Simultaneously, a silent movement is building up against Trump. Besides various protests across America against Trump’s election, the “Stand Up to Trump!” site is soliciting membership.

Message on the site: “Some say ‘wait and see’ before organizing against Trump’s hateful and dangerous agenda. We say we’ve seen enough. Together we can protect our most vulnerable neighbors and reject Trump’s dark vision for America.”

Protesters have even decided to disrupt the Inauguration Day ceremony on January 20, 2017 when Trump is scheduled to begin his four-year term as President.

The Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein, who had warned that the election may be rigged, has planned major anti-Trump demonstrations. “We will be building Occupy Inauguration protests in January,” she said.

But Trump reiterates that he will work for all Americans. “We will work together to make America great again for everyone – and I mean everyone,” Trump stated in his video message.

Among his other plans, Trump has decided to issue a notification of intent to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partenership (TPP) deal, saying “It is a potential disaster for our country.” Instead, he said, the U.S. will have bilateral trade deals with different countries to bring industry and jobs back to America.

Trump administration also will cancel restrictions on American energy. And Trump said for every new regulation, two old regulations of the previous administration will be eliminated.

For national security, his administration will protect American infrastructure from cyberattacks and all other forms of attacks. On immigration, Trump administration will investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the American workers.

Trump said that he will impose a ban on all executive officials to prevent them from becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration. And a life-time ban will come on officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a government award-winning journalist and runs free school for deserving children under his NGO – RMN Foundation.

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