In a video posted to his transition team’s YouTube page, President-elect Donald Trump on Monday previewed a series of executive actions he would take in his first hundred days.
In the video, Trump says his administration will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, “a potential disaster for our nation.” He also said he will “cancel job-killing restrictions” on American energy sources.
The President-elect said he would institute a rule that requires that two regulations be eliminated for every new regulation instituted. He also said he would instruct Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff to develop plans to guard against cyberattacks on infrastructure.
Trump said his administration would also investigate abuses in visa programs “that undercut the American worker.”
Finally, Trump said he would impose a five-year ban on executive officials in his administration becoming lobbyists after they leave his administration, and lifetime bans on those officials lobbying for foreign governments.