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Trump Ditches Press, Releases Video Outlining Immediate Plans (Video)

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 4:16
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In a video released Monday, President-Elect Donald Trump outlined a few key items he plans to tackle his first days in office. And in a move that has many upset, Trump apparently ditched the press and had his own transition team create the video.

Trump said his transition team is working very smoothly, efficiently and effectively, and is made up of many great and talented men and women, who he called “patriots indeed.”

The video revisited a number of issues previously mentioned on his 100 day plan , but Trump reiterated that his administration’s agenda will be based on what he called a “simple core principle – putting America first.”

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  • The only part of Trump’s plan that causes me concern is the rule that for every new regulation, 2 must be removed. I think it’s a good idea to streamline regulation, but that approach seems a little too simplistic to me. I think regulations should be evaluated on a case by case, industry by industry basis to see where each one can be simplified, streamlined, or eliminated… or not.

    There are certainly regulations that could be eliminated, and forcing politicians to find them and get rid of them might be beneficial for a while, but at some point, it may mean getting rid of two beneficial regulations in order to bring in a necessary one.

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