BREAKING: Trump Takes First MAJOR Action as President

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BREAKING: Donald Trump has been in office for just one day and he’s already getting right to work. He has already signed his first executive orders as Commander in Chief.

Via the Daily Mail: He christened the Resolute Desk by signing an order to confirm General James Mattis as Secretary of Defense and another order to ‘ease the burden of Obamacare’.

He has already made changes to the Oval Office decor, swapping its formerly crimson drapes for gold curtains and putting back in its former place a bust of former British prime minister Winston Churchill. Later, he attended three inaugural balls with the first lady before spending his first night at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

President Trump’s Obamacare order directs every government agency that implements or enforces the ‘Obamacare’ law to grant waivers, deferments, exemptions and delays in order to minimize or eliminate any costs associated with implementing Obama’s signature medical insurance scheme.

It also orders agencies to bend over backwards in order to ‘provide greater flexibility to States and cooperate with them in implementing healthcare programs.’

And in a nod to Trump’s oft-stated goal of erasing geographic boundaries that established state-specific monopolies for insurers, his order requires federal agencies to ‘encourage the development of a free and open market in interstate commerce for the offering of healthcare services and health insurance, with the goal of achieving and preserving maximum options for patients and consumers.’

Moments earlier Trump had signed government commissions making James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis the secretary of Defense and John Kelly the Homeland Security secretary.

Both men are retired U.S. Marine Corps generals, and were sworn in moments earlier by Vice President Mike Pence.

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