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>> Okay. Next is an executive order minimizing the economic burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act pending repeal.>> Donald Trump in the Oval Office on his first day as President signing an executive order seemingly meant to do away with ObamaCare. Although it's not clear what exactly the order is, and how it will work, the White House only saying that it directs agencies to ease the burden of the law as work begins to repeal and replace ObamaCare, and it comes as no surprise.
>> The time for empty talk is over, now arrives the hour of action.>> Trump promised immediate action in his Inauguration Address Friday and the White House website reflected the changes he was after.>> Topics, such as civil rights, climate change, equal pay, and healthcare wiped from the issues section of the shortly after Trump took the oath of office.
In their place, Trump priorities, including an America first energy plan that makes no mention of climate change, but pledges to undo Obama's proposed cuts to US carbon dioxide emissions. Other executive orders revoking former President Barack Obama's orders are expected to follow including rescinding his predecessor's policy shielding immigrants brought to the US as children from deportation.
President Trump also expected to sign and order directing the building of a wall along America's border with Mexico although funding to begin such a massive project still must be approved by Congress. One member of the Trump transition team telling Reuters that Trump advisors vetted more than 200 potential executive orders for him to consider covering healthcare, climate policy, immigration, and other issues.
The source saying it was not clear how many Trump would initially approve.