On Monday, however, it appeared as if the new President made some efforts to regroup. Franklin D. Roosevelt issued 3,721 executive orders over his 12-year tenure (averaging 307 per year) - the most executive orders of any USA president.
Donald wouldn't read any of the letter to David, but he says the letter contained "nothing that surprised me but it was stated beautifully, that I represent a lot of people and I'm carrying on a tradition and to just do a great job".
"Let's start making our products again. He really - in fact, I called him and thanked him for the thought that was put into that letter", Trump continued. "That is because 8 USC 1325 makes it a misdemeanor to '(1) enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers", Cox explained to us.
Plans for expedition of Keystone XL: Trump signed a series of memorandums into effect that would expedite the means to get the Keystone XL pipeline off the ground.
The order is essentially a ban on federal funds to global groups that perform abortions or lobby to legalise or promote abortion. "He wants to stand up for all Americans including the unborn and I think the reinstatement of this policy is not just something that echoes that value but respects taxpayer funding as well".
Freeze on government hiring: Finally on Monday, Trump mirrored Reagan by setting an early presidency hiring freeze on government agencies. This excludes the US military, as he noted at the signing.
"I'm still anxious. I am very scared for my family and myself so it's an anxiety that I don't know if it will ever go away", said Karla Rodriguez, who also receives DACA benefits.
The first will include directing the Department of Homeland Security to begin construction of the Mexican border wall.
He signed an additional order regarding illegal immigration; one that strips federal funding from cities that shield undocumented immigrants from deportation. Trump's order on Wednesday did not specifically address President Barack Obama's DACA plan, which protected undocumented immigrants who came to the United States when they were young children or who have parents that are lawful USA residents from deportation.