There Is No Trump Pivot (axis)
Just as they did during the campaign, Republicans insist that the president-elect Donald Trump will "pivot" and moderate proposals and rhetoric when he takes office. Monday, until President Barack Obama recognizes Trump and he believes that "this campaign is different from governing," he said, "In the end, it is practical."
But so far, Trump has provided little evidence that this wishful thinking is confirmed. After his election Saturday, they are not his primary campaign than assuage fears about his presidency promises to affirm what is more, and the election manifesto of peace for their deviation and their opponents.
Trump would say in Cabinet officials and senior personnel stomach turn list is displayed. "Swamp Groove" our commitment has resulted in a number of angling lobbyists for administration positions, the former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Finance and billionaire investor rumored as a candidate for Wilbur Ross Sens developed Drawing anger. Bernie Sanders (I-VT.) And Elizabeth Warren (D- Mass.).
Trump while showing signs of anti-interference, leading mayoral contenders war hawk John Bolton and former Secretary of State of New York City Rudy Giuliani.
Add Trump's management presented the Sarah Palin has been as Secretary Other names admission going to, climate change deniers to Myron Ebell, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Immigration hardliners Senator Jeff Sessions (R high.) And the State of Kansas Secretary by Kris Kobach (R as the Attorney General).
Here are more signs that Trump is not pivoting:
Trump hired the executive chairman of Breitbart News to be his chief strategist.
Sun, Trump's transition team is Steve Bannon sense, a white backing of the nationalist and anti-Semitic views has announced that it will serve as chief strategist and senior adviser to trump the White House and the section that serves as a mouthpiece ran a website called "ALT ear to the right" movement.
Trump and his aides claimed “professional protesters” are behind the anti-Trump demonstrations in dozens of U.S. cities..
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani also claimed they were “professional protesters” on Sunday and accused them of “exaggerating their fears of a Donald Trump presidency
Trump plans to deport or imprison up to 3 million undocumented immigrants with criminal records as soon as he takes office.
"We criminalize people are going to do and a lot of people, perhaps, where the criminal record of 2 million, could be 3 million in this, gang members, drug is that vendors, we get them from which they are to our country or to imprisonment, 60 minutes "interview broadcast Sunday that" Trump said in a ". "But we are getting out of their country, they are here illegally."
Immigration experts say that number outlandish.
Trump also reiterated that he stands by his signature campaign suggested that building a wall along the Mexico-United States. Border. (He later "would be for some areas," explained fix a fence.)
"I'm so good. Is this building," he said.
Trump said he would appoint “pro-life judges” to the Supreme Court and that abortion should be left to the states to decide.
Roe v. Wade, "It never came down to that affirmed the right of women to abortion, referring to the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision, the newly elected president, it will go back to the States."
. CBS anchor will Lesley's Stahl asked if Roe v. Wade abortion has been canceled women, Trump replied: "Yeah, well, he will probably go, he should go to another state will have."
Trump claimed the media “built up” reports of racist incidents that have occurred since his election.
Since last week, keep an eye on hate crimes that are reported to the increase in racist and bigoted attacks after a period organization immediately September 11, 2001 attacks.
But Trump claimed he was unaware of the incidents and suggested there were only charged them to increase the means of communication teasing, "a small amount."
She's - "because it seems to have been made by the press, frankly, they can find in this country, we've been there before, it will take a little incident - even if I were not around to do it because it's like the press, will be made in the event, "he said.
For he had told them, addressed his supporters, "If you help him stop it."
Trump won’t rule out appointing a special prosecutor for Hillary Clinton.
Trump during his election campaign when he was secretary of state to a private email server utilization, given his opponent, Democratic presidential candidate threatened to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton. He will be in jail, "he told Clinton in a debate" is that if he became president.
Asked Sunday what he wants, which is often referred to as the time that Clinton, against attack would follow through on one of his main lines "perverse Hillary," Trump would not reject the will.
"I'll tell you, I'm going to do is I'm going to think about it," he said, adding that he was "a very, very good and next time we have a clear answer '60 minutes I will, "said together."
Trump "good guys" called the Clintons and said, "I do not want to hurt them."
In the last weeks of his campaign, Trump’s staff controlled his access to his Twitter account and edited tweets before posting them. But now Trump’s tweeting again, seemingly bothered that he didn’t win the popular vote and railing against the “dishonest” media.