Donald Trump’s First 12 Days As President Have Been Too Radical To Handle (Part I)

Controversies and Donald Trump can be called a pretty good synonym of each other at this point in time. While not many expected him to win the Presidential election he actually did it, and now he is the President of world’s most powerful country. He rose to power without the popular vote but with the electoral college votes and now, no matter what people want, he will be the President for the next 4 years. However, one thing is certain from the Women’s March that took place just a day after Trump’s Inauguration people would not back off from challenging the problems created by President Trump.

Many considered that the March was organized to make Trump leave his position, however, the real reason behind it was that women were here to make themselves heard and they would not tolerate gender-based ruling against their femininity. The March was a symbol of how Trump should not forget the power and existence of millions of Americans.

Now, the real reason behind the apparent win of Donald Trump were his policies. He worked with the agenda of making America Great Again. He wants to bring back jobs for the Americans, limiting terror attacks in the country, build a wall on the Americo-Mexican borders, hunt down illegal immigrants and establish a so-called Muslim ban in the country. Donald Trump is also the President with the lowest approval rating of 40%, which means he has to do a lot of work in order to gain approvals.

*I will be presenting you the entire 12-days in a four part series.

In his first 3 days at the office, there were orders and laws passed by the President that have not been well-received by people due to all the absurdity that they carried with them.

Here are President Donald J. Trump’s first 3 days at the Oval office.

Day 1: 20th January 2017

President Donald Trump’s inauguration took place where there was a meager crowd that seemed sparse in comparison to that at Obama’s inauguration in 2009. Just after his inauguration, President Trump signed an executive order in which he promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare. The repealing of Obamacare is said to change the lives of 22 million people who get their health insurance through this.

Apart from this, reference to disabilities, climate change issues and LGBTQ rights were eliminated from the White House Website.

Day 2: 21st January 2017

21st January came with the largest inaugural protest in the history of America women organized the Women’s March. Almost half a million people marched in Washington D.C. and 2.5 million around the world, in order to make their voices heard.

White House’s new Press Secretary Sean Spicer came out and blamed the media for inaccurately reporting the inauguration crowd number. He said, This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration. Period. Both in person and around the Globe.” Spicer also left the conference without taking any question from the press.

Day 3: 22nd January 2017

The third day came with the arrival of “Alternative Facts” as a term in the market.

Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to President Donald Trump, went onMeet The Press’ and defended Sean Spicer’s lie by addressing them as mere “Alternative Facts”. The anchor of the show responded with the statements not being Alternative Facts but rather Falsehoods.

The government came into existence with lies, which they then termed as alternative facts, however, these are nothing but falsehoods. It’s also somewhat confusing as to why the government is so focused on making people believe about who showed up and who didn’t at the inauguration.

These were his first three days at the office and he had done a lot. While some were affected by it, others were in support of it as he did what he promised to do.