After meeting with business leaders at the White House early Monday morning to discuss domestic manufacturing, Trump signed a series of executive orders eliminating taxpayer funding for abortion overseas, taking the Trans-Pacific Partnership off the table for U.S. participation and imposing a federal hiring freeze for all departments outside of the military.
Breaking News: President Donald Trump? signs an executive order withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal. pic.twitter.com/tTX6f4nBFS— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 23, 2017
All three executive actions fulfill promises made on the campaign trail.
Over the weekend, Trump signed an additional executive order freezing Obamacare regulations as a relief to businesses.