The entire world eye on the United State as the country is going to get the 45th President. The president-elect Donald Trump is going to take the vow for the country on 20th January.
But, the question occurred about his promises and his tenancy. What is going to happen the first 100 days after being inaugurated as the president of the country? Will he keep all the promises he made during the electoral campaign? The questions buzzed off.
Setting a vision by a candidate is customary when it comes to the election for President in America. But, Mr. Trump who is sharp to be “the greatest”, cut down the timeline. His proposal came to one from 100 days.
In ancient Gettysburg, last October at an utterance delivered by Mr. Trump where he arrayed to contract with the People of America and also said the first day will be very busy.
Although he is going to take the Oath of Office on Friday yet the first day will not be counted Friday or Saturday at all. Mr. Trump said in an interview that he gave to The Times saying that it would be started after the weekend. He said that Monday is going to be counted as Day one instead of Friday or Saturday. He also included that he does not want to make the weekend celebration a mess up and so, select Monday for signing in. The report comes as per the transcript of the entire interview.
However, during the presidential campaign, Trump’s eloquence was disposed on immigration.