US President Donald Trump addresses US Department of Veterans Affairs before signing an Executive Order to Improve Accountability and Whistleblower Protection on Thursday, April 27, 2017 in Washington, DC. Olivier Douliery / POOL EFE

US President Donald Trump is 100 days in government, where his policies have been to reform the legacy of his predecessor, Barack Obama.

These are the dates that define his presidency:

– January 20. – He is sworn in as the forty-fifth president of the United States.

– Signs its first executive order to “ease the burdens” of Obama’s health care reform.

– January 21 .- Demonstrations in Washington and in other parts of the country against the new Administration follow.

– January 23 .- Signs three executive orders, including the withdrawal of his country from the Pacific Trade Treaty.

– January 24 .- Resurrects the construction projects of two oil pipelines vetoed by Obama and criticized by environmentalists.

– January 25 .- He gives the green light to erect a wall between Mexico and the United States. Enrique Peña Nieto cancels his visit to Washington.

– Jan. 27 – British Prime Minister Theresa May, the first foreign president to be received at the White House.

– A federal court in Brooklyn (New York) blocks deportations for the immigration veto of citizens of seven Muslim-majority nations enacted by Trump.

– In his first public statement as president, Obama believes that “American values ​​are in jeopardy.”

– The state of Washington files a lawsuit against the executive order on migration and refugees.

– Trump relieves Acting Attorney General Sally Yates because she had refused to support his immigration veto.

– 1 February – UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says Trump’s veto violates basic principles and calls for elimination. The statements of world leaders in this regard follow.

– February 3 – Trump signs two executive orders to begin the process of repealing part of Obama’s financial reform following the 2008 crisis.

.- Tightens economic sanctions on Iran over its recent ballistic missile test.

– February 5 .- The presidential appeal is rejected to maintain its immigration veto.

– February 12 – North Korea makes the first launch of a missile from the “Trump era”.

– February 13 – First political crisis of his mandate: National Security adviser Michael Flynn resigns for lying about a conversation he had with the Russian ambassador.

– February 28 – Trump addresses Congress in his first address on the state of the Union.

– March 2 .- The case of alleged Russian interference in the presidential elections is notorious. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is inhibited from any investigation after his contacts with the Russian ambassador were known before the election.

– March 4 – Trump accuses Obama of not testing his phone during the election campaign.

– March 6 .- Sign the new version of its immigration veto affecting six Muslim majority countries, although it raises the ban on Iraqi citizens.

– March 15 .- For the first time during the new presidency, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates.

– March 23 – A predictable defeat postponed the Senate vote on its “Obamacare” reform.

– April 5 – Trump’s chief of political strategy, Steve Bannon, is no longer a member of the National Security Council.

– April 6 – Trump hosts his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, to start his first summit at his home in Florida.

– April 7 – The US bombards Shayrat air base in Syria in retaliation for the chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians.

– April 14 – The US launches the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal against Islamic state positions in Afghanistan.

– April 25 .- EU and US officials meet in Washington to discuss the reactivation of the Free Trade Agreement between the two areas.

– April 29 – The Trump Administration celebrates 100 days of government.


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