President Trump Signs 3 Executive Orders On Trade, Government Employment, And Abortion

President Donald Trump signed 3 executive orders today from the Oval Office aimed at following through with his election pledge to pull out of questionable trade agreements which he doesn’t believe help the American worker and to reduce the size of the U.S. government.

Earlier today, President Trump signed a presidential memorandum order that withdraws the U.S. out of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), a multi-lateral pacific trade agreement aimed at lowering tariffs and bolstering trade with 11 other Pacific Rim countries, imposed a hiring freeze for federal agencies except military personnel, and reinstated a ban on abortion funds related to a Mexico City Policy concerning the United States Agency For International Development (USAID) which was started in 1984 under President Ronald Reagan.

White House Spokesman Sean Spicer said in a White House press briefing today that President Trump wants to stand up for the unborn and American taxpayer funds that are being spent overseas to perform an action that is contrary to the values of the President.

“I think the president, it’s no secret, has made it very clear that he’s a pro-life president” said White House Spokesman Sean Spicer.

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