President Trump’s first official workday in office on Monday was an important one for him and his team to get off to a solid start, especially after what can only be described as a rocky weekend after the now infamous Sean Spicer media briefing on Saturday.
While there was some unfair coverage and photos circulated by the media regarding the crowd size, and Spicer was correct to point out the FakeNews story claiming that President Trump had removed the Martin Luther King bust from the Oval Office, I don’t think I’m off base saying Mr Spicer could have handled the media briefing a bit better.
It’s not only the liberal left in the US who have reservations about what a Trump Presidency will bring though. Traditional conservatives, both fiscal and social, had major concerns surrounding just what a Trump administration would do as far as keeping the size of government small and avoiding some of the big government tendencies Trump appeared to admire.
Many claimed President Trump was a liberal democrat from New York, with New York values as Ted Cruz once said, so would he really represent the social conservative wing of the Republican Party once in office?
Well, President Trump proved them wrong yesterday.
Watch as I outline three key moves he made on his first day in office that will Make America Great Again.
On Day 1, President Trump quelled the fears of both fiscal and social conservatives with executive orders limiting the size of the federal government and ending international funding for abortions while at the same time performing a coup on what is one of the largest Democratic constituencies in trade union leadership and membership.
This was a tremendous first day for President Trump, PERIOD.