Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said if elected in the November general elections, it would be a busy first day for him in the White House as he will be undoing the policies of the previous government. At an election rally in North Carolina on Tuesday, Trump said that he would spend the first day in the Oval Office in undoing the alleged dangerous policies of the current President Barack Obama.
This would range from suspending Syrian refugee resettlement, abolishing Obamacare, ordering renegotiation of NAFTA, eliminate Obama’s executive orders and begin implementation of construction of wall.
“It’s going to be a very busy first day,” Trump said at an election rally in North Carolina. The change will begin my first day in office. First, we are going to eliminate every unconstitutional executive order and restore the rule of law to our land. Then, we are going to begin implementing plans for construction of a wall along our southern border. This will keep out the violent cartels and gangs, as well as their drugs that are poisoning our youth,” he said.
“But that’s just the beginning,” he said adding that he will ask Congress to send him a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
He will also instruct the Department of State to immediately suspend the Syrian refugee resettlement program and develop plans for the construction of a safe zone in the region, he said.
“I am also going to notify all countries that refuse to take back dangerous illegal immigrants who have committed crimes in this country that they will lose access to our visa programs if they continue to do so. This is the measure that is called for under current law, and I will enforce it,” Trump said.
“Furthermore, I will direct every agency in government to begin identifying all wasteful job-killing regulations and they are going to be removed – this will include lifting the restrictions on American energy,” he said.
“I will also notify our NAFTA partners of my intention to renegotiate the deal, and will withdraw from the TPP before it can be ratified. We are going to bring these jobs back to North Carolina,” Trump said alleging that Hillary Clinton supported NAFTA, she supported China’s entry into the World Trade Organization, and she supported the TPP.
“In a Trump Administration, we will negotiate trade deals on behalf of American workers – not on behalf of global corporations. We will work to ensure farmers in North Carolina have the tools they need to thrive at home and compete on a level playing field in foreign markets – and that means negotiating fair trade deals that put America First,” he said.
Trump said he will convene his top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the Oval Office a plan for defeating Islamic State (ISIS).
“Any nation who shares in this goal will be our friend in this mission,” he said.
“For years, we have been caught up in endless wars and conflicts under the leadership of failed politicians and a failed foreign policy establishment in Washington DC. The same people who made every wrong decision in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Egypt, China and Russia are the same people who are advising Hillary Clinton,” Trump said.
On Tuesday, 88 retired US generals and admirals signed a letter of endorsement for Trump.
Trump said he believes in a foreign policy based on national interests that focuses on American security and regional stability – instead of using the military to create Democracies in countries with no Democratic history.
“We will work to form partnerships overseas based on a long-term strategy of defeating Radical Islamic Terrorism,” he said.
Trump said as part of his plan to avoid and prevent foreign conflicts, he will rebuild the depleted military.
“This is the ultimate deterrent. I will ask Congress to eliminate the sequester and immediately re-invest in our military. Right now, we have the smallest air force since 1947, the smallest army since 1939, and one of the smallest Navy’s since 1917,” he said.
Meanwhile, Trump’s Democratic rival Hillary Clinton said he is unfit and unqualified to be the president of the US, his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has said as she criticised his various policies.
“He (Trump) is temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be president of the US,” Clinton said at an election rally in Tampa where she unveiled a list of allegation against the Republican leader to buttress her point. At a voter registration rally in Tampa, Clinton also criticised Trump’s lack of policy proposals other than trillions in tax cuts to big corporations, millionaires and Wall Street money managers.