Roger Stone
By Roger Stone
President fulfills long list of campaign promises

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Noting that Saturday, April 30, 2017, marks President Trump’s 100th day as president, the White House has begun listing accomplishments.

“In his First 100 Days President Trump has taken dramatic steps to undo burdensome regulations, restore law and order, bolster our military, revive the American dream, change Washington by holding it accountable, put the American worker first and confirm Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch,” the White House press office said in a statement published Monday.

“The people who put him in office can see and feel the promises he is delivering on. According to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, an incredible 96% of those who supported the President in November say they’d do it again today,” the White House statement continued.

The White House also summed up President Trump’s first 100 days in office “by the numbers, noting the following:

  • Enacted more legislation and signed more executive orders in the First 100 days than any president in a half century;
  • Enacted 28 pieces of legislation, more than any other president since Truman;
  • Signed 25 executive orders, the most of any 100 days in over 50 years (will be over 30 by day 100);
  • Achieved first Supreme Court Confirmation in 100 days since 1881;
  • Instituted tough immigration policies that have driven illegal border crossings to a 17-year low;
  • Removed more job-killing regulations through legislation than any president in U.S. history;
  • Estimated savings: $18 billion annually;
  • Economic optimism has been renewed, with consumer confidence reaching its highest level in 16 years; and
  • Ordered the toughest new rules to stop the revolving door between Washington lobbyists and government officials in history.

The Associated Press reported on March 3, 2017 that according to the U.S. Department of Labor, unemployment claims dropped by 19,000 from 242,000 the previous week to the lowest level in 44 years, since March 1973, when Richard Nixon was president.

The Labor Department further reported that 2.07 million Americans are collecting unemployment insurance, down more than 7 percent from a year ago.

The U.S. job market is solid, with employers adding a healthy 227,000 jobs in January, pushing the unemployment rate to 4.8 percent, close to what economists consider full employment.

On Feb. 28, 2017, Fox News reported there was a significant drop in illegal immigration across the southwest border during President Trump’s first month in office compared to that of the last three months of the Obama presidency, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB).

In January 2017, 31,575 individuals were taken into custody between ports of entry on the southwest border, compared with an average of more than 45,000 for each of the previous three months, according to the CPB.

Infowars.com surveyed the White House press releases since the Inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017, coming up with a detailed list, focusing on Executive Orders and legislation signed since President Trump became president.

  • Estimated savings: $18 billion annually;
  • Economic optimism has been renewed, with consumer confidence reaching its highest level in 16 years; and
  • Ordered the toughest new rules to stop the revolving door between Washington lobbyists and government officials in history.


  1. Foreign Policy and National Security
January 2017



On Jan. 27, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum directing the Secretary of Defense to develop a plan to defeat ISIS.



February 2017President Trump met with King Abdullah II of Jordan, Feb. 2, discussing defeating ISIS, creating safe zones in Syria, emphasizing U.S. commitment to strengthening the security and economic partnership with Jordan.



 On Feb. 3, the Department of the Treasury sanctioned 25 individuals and entities involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program.




 President Trump in phone call with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Feb. 5, discussed how best to encourage all NATO allies to meet their defense spending commitments.



 On Feb. 27, President Trump proposed increasing the military’s budget by $54 billion so it can begin to rebuild.



April 2017



On April 6-7, President Trump met with President Xi Jinping of China at Mar-a-Lago, recruiting China’s assistance in President Trump’s effort to contain North Korea’s nuclear program, in talks that included China’s role in international trade.



 On April 6, President Trump launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian military airfield, setting a “Red-Line” on chemical attacks by the Assad regime.



 On April 13, President Trump authorized use of a GBU-43 MOAB (“Mother of All Bombs”) – a 22,000-pound bomb with a blast equivalent to 11 tons — on an ISIS tunnel network in eastern Afghanistan.



       2. Stimulating the Economy, Creating Jobs

January 2017On Jan. 23, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum withdrawing as a signatory to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), withdrawing permanently from TPP negotiations, to begin pursuing bilateral trade negotiations.



 On January 23, President Trump met with key manufacturing business leaders to discuss ways to stimulate the American manufacturing sector and bring overseas jobs back to the U.S.



 On January 23, President Trump met with union leaders and American workers to discuss plans to renegotiate trade deals to help stimulate U.S. job growth and wages.



 ·        On Jan. 24, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum to clear roadblocks to construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline Signed a Presidential Memorandum declaring that the Dakota Access Pipeline serves the national interest and initiating the process to complete construction



 ·        On Jan. 24, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum ordering that all new pipeline construction and repair work use materials and equipment from the United States



 On January 24, President Trump signed an Executive Memorandum ordering his Commerce Secretary to find ways to streamline federal permitting processes for domestic manufacturing and to reduce regulatory burdens affecting domestic manufacturers.



 ·        On January 24, President Trump signed an executive order expediting the environmental review and approval process for infrastructure projects.



 On January 24, President Trump met with key automobile industry leaders to discuss ideas about how to bring jobs back to the U.S. automobile industry.



 On January 27, President Trump announced the launch of a manufacturing jobs initiative featuring some of the world’s most successful and creative business leaders to share their experiences and gain their insights.



 ·        On January 30, President Trump signed an executive order to reduce regulations and control regulatory costs with the goal of revoking two regulations for every new regulation put forward.



 On January 30, President Trump met with small business leaders to discuss the removal of burdensome government regulations and how to revitalize small business growth.



 On January 31, President Trump met with pharmaceutical industry leaders to discuss how the industry could create U.S. jobs and lower the price of drugs for the American worker



February 2017·        On February 2, President Trump hosted a meeting with Harley-Davidson executives and union representatives to discuss plans to spur U.S. job creation through renegotiation of trade deals, reforming the tax code and reducing government regulation.




 ·        On Feb. 3, President Trump signed an executive order setting the guiding principles for regulating the U.S. financial system to ensure economic growth, job creation, and vibrant financial markets.



 ·        On Feb. 14, President Trump signed legislation (House Joint Resolution 41) eliminating a costly regulation that threatened to put domestic extraction companies at an unfair disadvantage – legislation that could save American businesses as much as $600 million annually in regulatory compliance and spare 200,000 hours of paperwork.



 ·        On Feb. 16, President Trump signed legislation (House Joint Resolution 38) to put coal country back to work by stopping the costly “Stream Protection Rule” from further harming coal workers and communities that depend on them.



 On Feb. 28, President Trump announced the following results of meetings with American business and union leaders:



  • Ford announced plans to cancel a plant in Mexico, while adding 700 jobs in Michigan.


  • Fiat Chrysler announced a $1 billion investment in the United States, creating 2,000 jobs.


  • General Motors announced it planned to invest $1 billion in the United States, creating over 1,000 new jobs.


  • Softbank announced it would bring 8,000 jobs to the United States, with Sprint keeping 5,000 jobs and OneWeb adding 3,000 jobs.


  • Lockheed Martin pledged to add 1,800 jobs after a meeting with then President-elect Trump.


  • President Trump hosted the CEO of Intel to announce a plan to invest $7 billion in a United States factory, creating 10,000 American jobs.


  • Wal-Mart announced it planned to create about 10,000 jobs in the United States this year.


  • President Trump has had nearly a dozen meetings with American business leaders and workers across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, retail, and automobile makers.


March 2017On March 15, President Trump announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are reinstating the Midterm Evaluation of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) standards for the automotive industry.



·        The NHTSA will work with the EPA to use a data-driven process to conduct the Midterm Evaluation of the CAFE-GHG standards according to its original timetable.  The Obama Administration broke its promise to automakers and rushed the Midterm Evaluation to a premature conclusion earlier this year.


·        Reinstating the Midterm Evaluation ensures that regulators will rely on the best available data and information, which the previous administration ignored.


·        By reinstating the Midterm Evaluation, the Trump Administration will examine, and if necessary, revise, the regulations on auto manufacturers and the attendant costs passed on to consumers.


o   In 2016, the EPA estimated it would cost $200 billion to comply with CAFE-GHG standards from 2012-2025.


April 2017On April 18, President Trump signed an Executive Order announcing, “Buy American, Hire American” initiatives, aimed at stimulating economic and wage growth, while assuring the federal government is using high quality products that are Made in the U.S.A.



 On April 20, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum prioritizing an investigation initiated by the Secretary of Commerce into whether steel imports threaten to impair national security by injuring the U.S. steel industry.



        3. Saving Taxpayers Money

January 2017·        Capped the cost of Boeing’s next-generation Air Force One fleet at millions below that which was agreed to by the Obama administration.



 President Trump accelerated negotiations to drive down the price of the F-35 fighter, saving more than $700 million.



        4. Border Security

January 2017·        On Jan. 25, President Trump signed an Executive Order to enhance the safety and security of the United States by, among other things, constructing a wall on the southern border.



 ·        “Sanctuary Cities” – On Jan. 25, President Trump signed an Executive Order to make sure Federal immigration laws are faithfully enforced throughout the country and that Americans’ tax dollars do not go to jurisdictions that obstruct the enforcement of immigration laws.



February 2017·        On Feb. 7, President Trump signed an Executive Order that directs the Attorney General to develop a strategy to more effectively prosecute people who engage in crimes against law enforcement officers.



 ·        On Feb. 7, President Trump signed an Executive Order that establishes a “Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety,” led by the new Attorney General, to reduce crime and restore public safety in communities across America, with a focus on “illegal immigration, drug trafficking, and violent crime.”



 ·        On Feb. 7, President Trump signed an Executive Order that re-focuses the Federal Government’s energy and resources on dismantling transnational criminal organizations, such as drug cartels.  The Executive Order tasked the secretary of state, the attorney general, the secretary of homeland security, and the director of national intelligence to co-chair and direct the existing Threat Mitigation Working Group with a broad review of policies to make sure the U.S. is adequately directing and prosecuting international drug cartels.



        5. Reducing Size of Government

January 2017·        On Jan. 24, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum directing the Commerce Department to streamline Federal permitting processes for domestic manufacturing and to reduce regulatory burdens on domestic manufacturers.



 ·        On Jan. 24, President Trump signed an Executive Order expediting the environmental review and approval processes for domestic infrastructure projects.



February 2017·        On Feb. 3, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum ordering the Department of Labor to re-examine of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, to make certain that it does not harm Americans as they save for retirement.



 ·        On Feb. 3, President Trump signed an Executive Order directing the Secretary of the Treasury to conduct a full review of Dodd-Frank to ensure associated, burdensome regulations receive proper scrutiny.



 On Feb. 24, President Trump signed an Executive Order requiring every agency to establish a Regulatory Reform Task Force to eliminate red tape.



March 2017On March 27, in a move to “Get Government Out of the Way,” President Trump signed four bills under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) in one of the few time the CRA had been used to cancel Federal regulations.  President Trump identified the legislation as aimed to eliminate unnecessary, harmful and job-killing regulations.



·        House Joint Resolution 37 will roll back the “blacklisting” rule that empowers big law firms to get rich by suing American companies and workers who contract with the Federal Government.


·        House Joint Resolution 44 removes the Bureau of Land Management’s “Planning 2.0” rule to prevent further centralization of Federal land management decisions at the expense of local citizens.


·        House Joint Resolutions 57 and 58 eliminate layers of bureaucracy that could have cost State and local school systems millions of dollars, while encouraging freedom and innovation in our schools.


       6. Draining the Swamp

January 2017



·        On Jan. 28, President Trump signed an Executive Order establishing new ethics commitments for all Executive branch appointees, putting in place a five-year lobbying ban and a permanent ban on lobbying for foreign governments, so appointees serve the American people instead of their own interests.



 ·        On Jan. 31, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum putting in place a hiring freeze for Federal civilian employees to stop the growth of a bloated government.



      7. Defending the Constitution

January 2017



·        On Jan. 31, President Trump nominated Judge Neil M. Gorsuch to the Supreme Court because of his consistent record defending the Constitution.



April 2017On April 7, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil M. Gorsuch as the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Judge Gorsuch replaces the late Justice Antonin Scalia.



      8. Helping Women Succeed in Business





·        On Feb. 13, President Trump in a joint meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, launched the United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders.



 On Tuesday, Feb. 28, President Trump signed into law:


·       H.R. 255, which encourages the National Science Foundation to recruit and support women to expand their focus into the commercial world in its entrepreneurial programs; and

·       H.R. 321, which requires the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to encourage women and girls to: (1) study science, technology, engineering and mathematics; (2) pursue careers in aerospace; and (3) further the Nation’s space exploration efforts.

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