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Trump Regulatory Freeze Halts $180 Billion Of Proposed Obama Rules, New Study Shows

On his first day in office, President Trump instructed Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus, to send a memo to all executive agencies imposing a regulatory moratorium that effectively froze all pending rules and regulations proposed by the Obama administration on their way out of Washington D.C.  Now, accorded to a new study from the American Action Forum, that simple one-page memo from Priebus potentially saved Americans $180 billion.

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Trump Team Digs In: "We Wont Apologize For Keeping America Safe"

Under assault from foreign governments, domestic CEOs, and thousands of protesters across the nation, members of the Trump administration were stern in their refusal to budge, and were unified in their support of the president's sweeping executive order that bars refugees and people from seven nations from entering the U.S. 

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A Look At Trump's Other Executive Orders Meant To Fix The "Incredibly Cumbersome, Horrible" Manufacturing Process

It was a busy second day for President Donald Trump when in blitz of executive actions, in addition to the previously signed orders to expedite environmental review and approval of high-priority infrastructure projects meant to accelerate the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines and to decree that any pipelines intended for the United States should be built in the country, he also signed three more longer-term and sweeping directives requiring American-made steel and changing the process of approving and regulating future pipeline and infrastructure projects.

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A Look At Trump's Other Executive Orders Meant To Fix The "Incredibly Cumbersome, Horrible" Manufacturing Process

It was a busy second day for President Donald Trump when in blitz of executive actions, in addition to the previously signed orders to expedite environmental review and approval of high-priority infrastructure projects meant to accelerate the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines and to decree that any pipelines intended for the United States should be built in the country, he also signed three more longer-term and sweeping directives requiring American-made steel and changing the process of approving and regulating future pipeline and infrastructure projects.

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