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President Donald Trumps first 100 days in office are proving to be a record-breaking month for the president.
A new report says his first 100 day plan will cut taxes by $4.6 trillion, eliminate regulations by $2 trillion and create nearly 700,000 new jobs.
“We will do our part to help the American people in 2018,” Trump said during his first full day of his first address to Congress.
“As we begin our transition to the new administration, we will do everything possible to help create jobs, keep our economy strong, and make America the most prosperous country in the world.”
The White House and Trump’s transition team have not yet released a plan.
The president has not yet set a deadline for his first legislative achievement, a tax overhaul.