President Donald Trump will walk into the Oval Office on Monday morning to take his seat behind the historic Resolute desk for his first full day in charge.
There he will find and envelope simply be addressed “To #45, From #44” with a message from his predecessor Barak Obama .
But more important to Trump will be the piece of paper on which he has drawn up a 24-hour to-do list of promises he made while on the campaign trail.
Trump’s ticket to the White House was won on a boast of the changes he said he would begin to implement inside his “first hours in office” after telling the country he would put “America First”.
On Friday, shortly after being sworn in, he began after christening his seat in the Oval Office when signing an executive order “minimising the economic burden” of the Affordable Care Act.
Commonly known as Obamacare, the new President has been an outspoken critic of the plan arguing it has created $1.8 trillion in new health care spending that is unaffordable.
But tomorrow he has said he would deliver on all of his other pledges.
Trump promised to begin “before anything” to start work to build a 40ft “impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall” wanting to stop the tide of illegal immigrants into the States.
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