But today, Monday, it got back to covering the dynamics of Trumpism. And what a day it has been.
The Drudge headline is: First Monday of Trump. Here you can watch the video and read the text Drudge links to.
Surrounded by his key staff, President Trump signed three executive orders. They are:
Withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). That would have been a 12-nation trade deal reducing or eliminating myriad tariffs and regulations. Had it been a go, it would have affected about 40% of worldwide trade.
Bringing back the Mexico City Policy related to non-governmental organizations (NGO) and abortion. Essentially this prohibits any NGO receiving U.S. aid to perform or promote abortion. That should not be used or advocated as a mode of family planning.
Placing a freeze on federal hiring. The one exception to this would be military hiring.
Obviously, President Trump, just as he promised, took radical action. How other nations will respond to these executive orders will soon be known. Members of the media and users of social media will be busy.
In the federal government, as has been happening in the private sector, organizations have to learn to do more with less. This hiring freeze could continue for the next four years.
Trump could well get saddled with the nickname "The Worker Bee President." That model of sustained hard work might become the meme of this administration. For the Kennedy regime the mantra was physical fitness.
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