Donald Trump, which is now without any doubt the 45th President of the United States, announced today that he and his team are planning executive actions together with proposing new legislation with regard to border security in the first 100 days.
The statement was made by a transition-team official, directly from the Trump Tower so to speak, so this is not a rumor nor a speculation, but the real deal folks. It looks like The Donald takes his campaign promises seriously and that’s really invigorating for his huge fan base.
While Jason Miller (Trump Transition Team’s spokesman) was answering questions from reporters on a conference-call, he reacted to the breaking news about Barack Obama’s administration latest stunt, i.e. the scrapping of the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System.
Jason Miller revealed that there will be repercussions in response to Obama’s decision, as President Donald Trump just finished with making appointments in all the key areas of government who are dealing with immigration and border security, both key issues in Trump’s campaign.
Trump Transition Team’s spokesman Jason Miller was quoted as saying:
“The national policy team and the incoming cabinet and administration members are spending a lot of time reviewing potential executive order actions, working through a 100-day plan for particular pieces of legislation that will be coming up,”
Another crucial issue in Donald Trump’s agenda is stopping radical Islamic terrorists from entering the United States said Jason Miller, announcing that more details about the new pieces of legislation/executive actions are to be revealed right after the President’s inauguration on January 20th.
What Barack Obama did today by repealing the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System basically removes a layer of protection with regard to America’s national security. The respective system was implemented right after the terrorist attack on 9/11 and it required fingerprinting and registration of Muslim and Arab immigrants from the US.
According to Associated Press, even if Barack Obama repealed the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System today, he actually stopped enforcing it since 2011.