Trump to lay out what he would do in first 100 days if elected president
Photo above: Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, U.S. October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will lay out on Saturday what he would do in the first 100 days of his administration should he win the Nov. 8 election . . .
Trump’s outline – which he will deliver in a speech in the historic town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – will cover his plans for boosting Americans’ economic and physical security.
Trump aides said Gettysburg, the site of a major Civil War battle and Republican President Abraham Lincoln’s famous address, was a fitting place for Trump to lay out a positive vision for the future of his party, which has suffered a schism between his supporters and the party’s establishment.
Trump has planted some new policy details in recent speeches as he seeks to shift attention away from the recent controversies. In the past week, for example, he laid out ethics rules to shut the “revolving door” between government and lobbying and proposed term limits for members of Congress.
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said that the presidential hopeful plans to outline his goals for his first 100 days in office should he be elected. The speech is set for 11 am (1500 GMT) “What he pledges tomorrow and what he talks about on the campaign trail will form the basis for his presidency,” Conway told a group of reporters on Friday, the LA Times reported. Trump predicted that he would be the victor in the race for the White House, saying: “We will win, we will shock the world.”
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