A look at Trump's first 100 days

Often supporters hope that the promises made during a campaign are fulfilled or at least initialized.
By Robert Balkovich | Jan 25, 2017
In history, the first hundred days are very significant to any president. They set the ball rolling showing the country where the country is heading. Often supporters hope that the promises made during a campaign are fulfilled or at least initialized.

Trump seems to have set his sights on immigration as a prime subject he would like to deal with during his first 100 days. He has set out on a three-day mission on signing documents specifically for immigration.

He will initialize building a wall as one of his main agendas during the campaign trail.

He will also look at sanctuary states where the leaders refuse to hand over undocumented immigrants to the national government. Trump is looking at imposing sanctions on these states. He will also look to imposecomplete visa burns to Muslim countries with a history of terrorism, such as Yemen, Iran, and Somali.

Trump will also look to remove Obama laws on the environment which has led many plants to close down as they were deemed environmental hazards. Trump is already seeking to open Keystone XL and Dakota Access which were closed down. "I am, to a large extent, an environmentalist. I believe in it, but it's out of control," said Trump.

Trump is also set to take a different approach to the violence in inner cities. He twitted a few days ago that he would send the feds if Chicago did not resolve the violence.

"I will send in the Feds if Chicago doesn't fix the horrible carnage going on," he threatened.

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