Trump’s Plan – level 3
Donald Trump provided the American people with an update on the transition of the White House policy plans for the first 100 days.
His agenda will be based on a simple core principle: putting America first. Whether it’s producing steel, building cars or curing disease, he wants the next generation of production and innovation to happen in the USA, creating wealth and jobs for American workers.
He developed a list of executive actions the White House can take on day one. The following is included.
Trump wants to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, cancel “job-killing” restrictions on the production of American energy, reduce the overall number of restrictions, protect America’s vital infrastructure from cyber-attacks and all other forms of attacks, investigate all abuses of visa programs, and restrain executive officials from becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration.
Difficult words: policy (plans, a strategy), agenda (a plan), innovation (new ideas and technology), wealth (money, finance), executive (managerial, administrative), vital (most important), abuse (doing something which is illegal or immoral), restrain (control), executive official (somebody who works for a government organisation), lobbyist (a person who tries to make a lawmaker change the law).
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