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Donald Trump: 28 Days Later
So far, Trump has signed at least 23 executive actions, signed five bills into law, seen 12 members of his Cabinet confirmed and sent 168 (undeleted) tweets.
By MATTHEW NUSSBAUM and HENRY C. JACKSON
02/17/17 05:05 AM EST
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Beneath the noise, however, there has been a march, however halting and disorganized, toward Trumps promised radical remaking of American policy, foreign and domestic. The border wall his critics said hed never build has been ordered, his promised rollback of regulations is in full swing, his Supreme Court pick that will likely sit on the bench for decades, and even the Muslim ban he promised during the Republican primary was put in place, however briefly, in altered form.
The dual track is familiar to those who watched his campaign, during which a series of controversies and scandals garnered mass attention while few foresaw Trumps success in building a winning coalition. But a presidency is a longer race than even the campaign, and it remains to be seen whether Trump can outrun his missteps the way he did last fall.
So far, Trump has signed at least 23 executive actions, signed five bills into law, seen 12 members of his Cabinet confirmed, nominated one justice to the Supreme Court, sent 168 (undeleted) tweets, fired one acting attorney general and demanded one resignation: that of his own national security adviser.
It has been 28 days. Here they are.
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Inauguration Day: Jan. 20
First executive actions
Cabinet confirmations kick off
The crowd size:
First foreign leader visit is announced
The Womens March
The CIA speech
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