Donald Trump has been entrusted to a video of two minutes and thirty seconds to explain to Americans what measures he intends to adopt in the first 100 days in office. Measures in line with the themes of the election campaign but among which do not include the wall that the tycoon had promised to build on the border with Mexico to limit immigration from the south. It also lacks the equally controversial abolition of Obama care, the health program introduced by the outgoing president.
In the first period in the White House Trump will focus on labor, considered a real emergency in the United States. Announced the revision of the visa policy, to identify and suppress the “abuses that threaten American workers.” Significantly Trump denounced the TPP, the Transpacific Agreement of which the United States will no longer be with him. “It is a disaster for our national interests,” he explained. It is the most important Heritage of Obama on commercial policy plan. Stop also at “green” regulations introduced over the past 8 years to return to the extraction of coal and natural gas.
Trump then returned over the issue of interest conflict, with the press who accused him to use his new position to do business and manage his own empire from a dominant position. As in the case of the golf courses in Scotland owned by the elected president who would be threatened by a project for wind energy and that, as wrote The New York Times, the new president would have asked to block, thanks to his ally in London, the eurosceptic Nigel Farage, Who was the first European to cross the threshold of Trump Tower on 12 November. Action request that the tycoon does not deny, saying only that before the vote everyone knew the personal interests worldwide of the magnate. “Only the corrupt press makes it a scandal,” he tweeted.
The personal friendship with UKIP leader Nigel Farage has pushed the president elected to an unusual move: ask to Theresa May British government to appoint ambassador in Washington the same UK eurocritic.
Meanwhile, the popularity of the president-elect is growing. According to a survey by the Political / Morning Consult, 46% of voters now has an opinion very or somewhat favorably, while 12% negative and 34% very unfavorable. This means that support for the tycoon has increased by 9 percentage points, from 37% to 46%, compared to the same poll conducted before the vote. It also increases the approval to Obama President: 54% of voters expressed a favorable opinion on his actions, while 43% disapprove. Before the election the data were respectively 50% and 48%. The poll was conducted by interviewing 1,885 registered voters between 16 and 18 November, it has margin of error of 2%.