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NY Times: Trump's First 100 Days

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Thursday, 05 May 2016 09:50 AM

Donald Trump's first move as president-elect would be interview candidates for the open Supreme Court seat for a nominee "in the mold of" Justice Antonin Scalia, reports The New York Times.

But soon his more controversial work would begin.

The newspaper, using statements the billionaire tycoon has made to map out his 100 days if he wins the general election, says Trump would build a government based on relationships with figures like House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

The group of elite lawmakers would perhaps "escape the chilly Washington fall and schmooze at Mar-a-Lago over golf and two-pound lobsters," The Times' Patrick Healy writes.

But come Inauguration Day, Trump would quickly switch into high gear, focusing on rescinding President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration and threatening CEOs with repercussions if they move jobs to foreign countries.

By the end of the first 100 days, a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border would be designed, an immigration ban on Muslims would be in place and plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act would be in the works, Healy writes.

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Donald Trump's first move as president-elect would be interview candidates for the open Supreme Court seat for a nominee "in the mold of" Justice Antonin Scalia, reports The New York Times.
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