The president’s Twitter account, which has since been suspended, had a little something for everyone.
Here are some of the top stories that got attention from his followers.
Trump says he has the right to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
A few hours after North Korea’s fourth nuclear test, Trump tweeted: “I have the right, under United Nations resolutions, to assassinate the President of the United States.”
Trump wants to deport all illegal immigrants.
The president is planning to deport more than 11 million illegal immigrants from the U.S. in his first year in office, according to a senior administration official.
Trump plans to cut federal spending by $1.5 trillion in the first 100 days.
The Trump administration has proposed spending $1 trillion on the first year of the Trump presidency, the first full fiscal year of his presidency, according a budget official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.
Trump and his advisers are planning to cut the number of troops in Afghanistan by 50 percent, according of a senior defense official.
The official also said the president is considering “reducing the number and duration of combat missions.”
Trump is preparing to cut defense spending by 15 percent.
A top defense official said the administration is preparing a plan to “reduce the size of the Army and Marine Corps.”
Trump has proposed to end the ban on U.N. diplomats from the United Nations.
The Associated Press reported Friday that Trump is proposing to allow foreign diplomats to enter the U to report to their U. N. missions.
Trump said he is prepared to renegotiate trade deals with Canada and Mexico.
The administration is expected to announce the renegotiation of NAFTA this week.
Trump’s transition team has announced that he will name a special envoy to the United Nation’s human rights office.
Trump signed an executive order to reverse an Obama-era decision to allow transgender troops to serve openly in the U: The president signed an order on Thursday that reversed an Obama administration decision to expand the use of the military’s controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
The policy, which bans openly gay service members from serving openly in combat units, is the focus of an ongoing lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union.
The order also directed the Pentagon to allow soldiers to serve on the transgender-friendly “donor” list, allowing them to defer service to a friend or family member who does not identify as transgender.
Trump ordered a major crackdown on illegal immigration.
The White House said Friday that it is “unlikely” that the administration will get the votes in Congress to enact an immigration overhaul, which the White House is calling the “largest executive action to expand access to American citizenship since 1965.”
Trump tweeted a picture of himself with President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines.
Trump took to Twitter to call for “unity in the face of the new enemy, the new terror,” and he later deleted the tweet.
Trump was asked by the pope to attend a memorial service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The pope tweeted on Friday: “The United States is united in mourning for the dead of the bombing of Boston.
The United States will never forget.
The world will never be the same again.”
Trump called the Boston bombing “an act of war.”
The president told reporters during a news conference that “I think that we have to understand that this was an act of terror, which is the same thing as terrorism.”
Trump invited former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke to join him at the White Street Armory.
Duke was among those who attended Trump’s rally in Cincinnati on Saturday night.
Trump spoke with the widow of a Navy SEAL killed in the attack on the USS Cole.
The commander in chief said that the widow, Myeshia Johnson, “has spoken very highly about the president and has said that he is a wonderful person and very honorable.
She has said he saved her life, and I think that’s something that we’re going to be able to see over the next week and a half.”
Trump promised to spend $1 billion to repair the U, a nickname for a section of the Great Wall of China that separates the two countries.
Trump also told reporters that he wants to build a wall on the U of C. 17.
Trump told reporters, “I don’t know why you have the wall, it’s a bad name.
“We are not going to pay for the wall. “
You’re going the way you’re going. “
We are not going to pay for the wall.
You’re going the way you’re going.
Mexico will pay,” he said.
“If Mexico will help us out, we’ll do it, if they don’t help us, we will do it ourselves.”