Donald Trump News
WASHINGTON: United States’ 45th President Donald Trump signed six executive orders
on his first day in the White House.
According to the US Television, Donald Trump formally nominated retired General James Mattis
as defence secretary and issued a an executive order giving him permission
for civil service. He waived the legal requirement that a retired military personnel be out
of the civil service for seven years after the retirement. Retired General James Mattis will
sworn in as defence secretary after the approval of the Senate.
Trump suspended the key rules regarding property issued on January 9. He issued five other
executive orders regarding different matters. Obama administration’s policy pages were also
removed from the White House’s website . US First Lady’s officials Twitter account was also
transferred to Melania Trump today.