Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump gave a speech at Gettysburg, Pa., over the weekend to discuss his plans for his first 100 days in office, should he be elected president of the United States. Here are 12 things he would do, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
1. Sue the women who are currently accusing him of "making unwanted sexual advances toward them."
2. Take on mega-mergers by not approving AT&T's bid to purchase Time Warner for $80 billion and breaking up the Comcast/NBCUniversal merger.
3. File a lawsuit over what he believes were "planted protesters" at his rallies tasked with making trouble.
4. Cancel United Nations payments for climate change programs.
5. Punish illegal immigrants who returned to the United States after deportation with mandatory prison sentences and suspend immigrants from "terror prone" nations.
6. Propose term limits on Congressional members.
7. Recommend hiring freezes at some federal agencies.
8. Suggest limits on former government officials becoming lobbyists.
9. Attempt to reign in regulations by proposing a new rule that for every new regulation issued, two current regulations would need to be eliminated.
10. Reveal plans to renegotiate Nafta and leave the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
11. Request the Treasury Secretary to "label China a currency manipulator."
12. Repeal the ACA as well as tax cuts.