“If you are the next President, the Trump Train will be on your trail.
And you can stop it.”
The Hill’s Michelle Ye Hee Lee tweeted on Sunday that “The train is coming.”
President Trump will be inaugurated Monday and will face a slew of challenges to enacting his agenda.
“This is the most consequential day of my life,” Trump told a joint news conference with first lady Melania Trump at Trump Tower.
Trump said the “trickle-down” agenda that he will enact on the campaign trail and during his presidency will create millions of jobs and boost the economy.
The president also announced a $1 trillion infrastructure package that will create new bridges, tunnels and airports across the country.
He will sign the legislation into law.
Obama administration officials have been urging Congress to pass the bill to provide the infrastructure funding.
But the legislation is opposed by Democrats and the Republicans in the Senate.
Some of the president’s top political advisers have said the infrastructure package will be the most costly part of his presidency.
“I’m not going to tell you how much it’s going to cost.
We don’t know.
But it’s a lot of money,” said White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon.
“The president will be in the White House for two years.
And this will be his legacy, and the next two years, the legacy of the country, and we’re going to get the country going again.”
Trump is expected to unveil his budget proposal Monday.
He’s also expected to sign executive orders on infrastructure and other issues, including immigration.
On Saturday, Trump issued an executive order instructing the Interior Department to review the “economic impact of climate change” in a manner consistent with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The order said the review should focus on the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on the country’s “environmental quality.”
On Sunday, Trump said his administration will focus on “the importance of science and science literacy to our national security and the American people’s ability to defend themselves.”
“The science is overwhelming that climate change is a fact.
The science is irrefutable.
The scientists agree,” Trump said in a White House news conference.
“And the American public knows that climate-change is a real and imminent threat.
But there is no question that there is still time for us to take action.
And that’s exactly what I’m going to do.”
A Trump administration official told the AP on Sunday the president will sign an executive action to protect endangered species.
President Donald Trump, left, and first lady Michelle Trump, right, pose with the President Donald Trump Jr. portrait during a White St. Patrick’s Day parade at the White Palace in Washington, D.C., Sunday, May 29, 2020.
President Donald J. Trump will formally become the 45th president of the United States, marking the longest and most-controversial first 100 days in U.N. history.