President Trump dismantles New World Order agenda!

Trump dismantles New World Order

President Trump dismantles New World Order Agenda!

by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report   and the Daily Ragg

President Donald Trump is acting fast on a number of US trade deals. Stopping the fleecing of the American public. Let these sink in and be assured President Trump is working.

Trump on Monday signed measures withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and instituting a hiring freeze for most of the federal government. He also ordered federal agencies on his first day in office to ease the regulatory burden of the Affordable Care Act.

President Trump signed three executive memos on trade Monday morning — one withdraws the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), another reinstates the Mexico City Policy dealing with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and abortion access, and a third freezes federal workforce hiring.

Trump dismantles New World Order Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

First on the chopping block was the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which Trump is backing out of entirely. President Trump kicked off his first full ‘work day’ in the White House by signing an executive order withdrawing the United States from a controversial Trans-Pacific-Partnership trade deal.

The president signed an order taking the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, which he railed against during the campaign and which Hillary Clinton previously supported before distancing herself from the deal.

The executive order, and possibly others, are being signed after a weekend of introductory meetings and perfunctory duties marking the transfer of power. Trump has said he considers Monday his first real day in the office.

The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership is a 12-nation trade deal that was the cornerstone of Obama’s attempt to counter China’s influence in Asia. Trump’s memorandum pulling the U.S. out of the deal was basically a formality since the agreement had yet to receive congressional approval and faced significant opposition in the House and Senate. Trump spokesman Sean Spicer says the new president wants to negotiate bilateral trade deals with U.S. allies rather than joining in big multilateral pacts. Trump has blamed past trade deals such as the North American Free Trade Agreement and China’s entrance into the World Trade Organization for a decline in U.S. factory jobs.

What is the Trans-Pacific Partnership, (TPP) ?

TPP was an enormous trade deal that would have aligned the U.S. and 11 nations in the Asia-Pacific region including Japan, Australia, Vietnam, Canada and Mexico under an agreement that would have eliminated thousands of tariffs and streamlined regulations. The countries involved in the deal collectively conduct 40 percent of global trade.

“Everyone knows what that means, right? We’ve been talking about this for a long time,” President Trump said as he signed the order withdrawing the U.S. from the TPP. “Great thing for the American worker, what we just did.”

If enacted, the TPP would’ve been the Obama presidency’s signature trade deal.

What is the Mexico City Policy?

The Mexico City Policy was originally announced by President Reagan in 1984 and required, nongovernmental organizations to agree as a condition of receiving any federal funding, that they “would neither perform nor actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations.”

Then-President Bill Clinton rescinded it in January 1993 upon taking office, and George W. Bush reinstated it when he took office. And then Barack Obama rescinded it again in 2009.

Trump also signed memos freezing most federal government hiring, except for the military.

BORDER TAX

Trump dismantles New World Order Open Borders – Trump said Monday there will be advantages for companies that make their products in the United States and suggested he will impose a “substantial border tax” on foreign goods entering the country.

House Republicans are pushing a so-called border-adjusted tax that would exempt a company’s exports from taxation but includes imports. That could encourage companies to remain in the U.S. Trump has said he “doesn’t love” the tax, calling it “too complicated.” Confusing matters, he has also threatened companies that shift jobs overseas with a “border tax” on their products. His nominee for treasury secretary says Trump is referring to a more specific levy on those companies that outsource jobs, rather than the House Republicans’ broader proposal.

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

It’s payback time.

President Trump dismantles New World Order – Obama made aggressive use of executive orders, actions and presidential memoranda in his “pen-and-phone” strategy to get around the Republican-controlled Congress that blocked his legislative agenda. With no cooperation from Congress, he pushed his executive powers as far as he could. Now, it’s Trump’s turn to use executive orders and actions to score some quick victories — in some cases simply by reversing Obama. “You know the great thing about executive orders — I don’t have to go back to Congress,” Trump said during the presidential campaign. “We’re going to be un-signing a lot of executive orders.”

On Tuesday, he added five more to the stack, including documents to advance construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, require materials for the pipelines to be made in the U.S., streamline the permitting process for manufacturing and expedite environmental reviews.

The undoing of Obama’s legacy is beginning when it comes to Obama’s legacy on regulation, wasteful spending, health care, and trade.

Trump signs exec. orders for Dakota Access Pipeline

President Trump signed executive orders on Tuesday effectively reviving the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, as a major builder said, it will reapply to build one of the projects which had been stalled by the Obama administration under pressure from environmental and other groups.

The president said the projects would be subject to a “renegotiation of the terms.” But he made clear the government was resuming consideration for both pipelines, describing them as a potential boon to construction workers.

“We’re going to put a lot of … steel workers back to work,” Trump said. “We’ll build our own pipelines, we will build our own pipes.”
KXL creates thousands of well-paying construction jobs and would generate tens of millions of dollars in annual property taxes to counties along the route as well as more than $3 billion to the U.S. GDP.

According to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Trump directed agencies to approve it without delay — and told agencies to expedite reviews and approvals for the remaining parts of the Dakota project.

“There’s an energy revolution that’s going to happen in this country,” he said.

The president also signed three other orders related to pipeline construction, including one expediting the environmental permitting process for infrastructure projects and one directing the Commerce Department to maximize the use of U.S. steel.

“This is about streamlining the incredibly cumbersome, long, horrible, permitting process,” Trump said in an Oval Office signing ceremony that has already become a trademark of his short presidency.

President Trump also met Tuesday morning with representatives from the auto industry including GM and Ford, after meeting a day earlier, separately, with business and union leaders.

The directives President Trump signed Tuesday included four presidential memoranda and one executive order.

► A memorandum expediting the Keystone XL Pipeline, a proposed 1,179-mile cross-border pipeline from Alberta to Nebraska. In unusual language referring to a specific private company in a presidential directive. He also ordered the secretary of State to make a decision within 60 days, fast-tracking existing procedural requirements.

► A memorandum directing the secretary of the Army to “review and approve in an expedited manner” the Dakota Access Pipeline, a 1,172-mile pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois that has been the subject of heated protests by American Indian groups and environmentalists. Because the pipeline crosses waterways, it needs approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

► A memorandum requiring the secretary of Commerce to come up with a plan to mandate American-made steel for all new, expanded or retrofitted pipelines in the United States. The plan is due in six months. “Going to put a lot of workers, a lot of steelworkers, back to work,” President Trump said.

► A memorandum to all federal agencies to review manufacturing regulations. The secretary of Commerce is required to seek input from the public on how to streamline those rules for 60 days, with a report to Trump containing proposals 60 days after that.

► An executive order fast-tracking approval for “high-priority infrastructure projects.” Under Trump’s order, any governor or Cabinet secretary can ask for a project to be designated as high-priority. If the chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality approves, the project will go to the front of the line for any agency required to review and approve the project.

“This is the expediting of environmental reviews and approvals for high-priority infrastructure projects,” Trump said. “We can’t be in an environmental process for 15 years if a bridge is falling down.”

“If it’s a no, we’ll give them a quick no, and if it’s a yes, it’s like ‘Let’s start building,’ ” he said. “The regulatory process in this country has become a tangled-up mess, and very unfair to people.”

Next up: immigration.

President Trump on Wednesday will order the construction of a Mexican border wall — the first in a series of actions this week to crack down on immigrants, including slashing the number of refugees who can resettle in the United States and to block Syrians and others from “terror-prone” nations from entering, at least temporarily.

During an appearance at the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday, Mr. President Trump plans to sign an executive order to direct federal funds to be shifted toward the building of a wall on the southern border, a signature promise of his campaign. He has argued that doing so is vital to gaining control over the illegal flow of immigrants into the United States.

“Big day planned on NATIONAL SECURITY tomorrow,” Mr. President Trump wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night. “Among many other things, we will build the wall!”

This move comes as Trump makes the economy and jobs the centerpiece of his administration’s first week in office., Week two,,,

Just hours ago it was reported that President Trump is “expected to sign an executive order as early as Monday to renegotiate” the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico”.

This came after President Trump said he would renegotiate NAFTA yesterday, and that he’ll be meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to begin discussions.

Looking ahead, President Trump also announced he planned to nominate a justice for the Supreme Court next week, moving swiftly to try to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The president was summoning top senators to the White House later Tuesday to discuss his upcoming nomination.

A Man of Action, Mr. President Trump is steamrolling toward a better, brighter future for America, just as he steamrolled through the election. Making America Great Again, full steam ahead Mr. President!


by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report   and the Daily Ragg

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