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Trump’s first one-hundred-day-policy and silent screaming of Muslim migrants in America -By Mohammad Monirul Islam

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America is Centre of global economy politics and culture. This countries chief executive or president election play an important role in world change and development. From 1945 to till now it can be considered that USA is dominant force in world economy. Last month American president election happened and refuting all survey, a new face in politics has come forward. Donald J. Trump has been elected as next president of America. Elected president trump have initiated forming administration and making policy for changing America. At the end of October, Donald Trump delivered his speech in Gettysburg from where he announced a plan for his first 100 days of presidency. The policies which follow his 100-day action plan to make America Great again are mentioned and analyzed here. Trump treated it as a contract between his government and the American voters. The plan outlines some main focused areas of cleaning up Washington, imposing term limits on Congress, protecting American workers and restoring rule of law, repealing Obamacare, colcollecting fund for the construction of a wall at the Southern border, encouraging infrastructure investment, rebuilding military bases and promoting school choice and so on.
Therefore, trump emphasized the following issues to clean up the corruption and make America great.
n    Propose a Constitutional Amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress.
n    5 year-ban on White House and Congressional officials becoming lobbyists after they leave government
n    A lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government.
n    He will announce his intention to renegotiate NAFTA or withdrawing from contract.
n    He will announce withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
n    Decreasing the restrictions on the production for job-producing in American.
n    Cancelling the payment of billions of dollars to UN climate change programs so that the money can use to fix America’s water and environmental infrastructure removing more than two million illegal immigrants.

Breakdown of trumps plan
President-elect Donald Trump formally unveiled plans for his first hundred-day-plan at the end of November by a video clip.
Trump promised to withdraw from negotiations to cancel environmental restrictions put in place by President Barack Obama.The points Trump detailed are all somewhat crucial to uplift Washington — because they will be able to implement these policies by a simple signature given by Trump and it does not require congressional approval. Trump also left out his biggest campaign promises — including promises to build a wall along the Mexican border, new restrictions on Muslim immigration, repeal Obamacare and spend $1 trillion on infrastructure because those measures would require the approval of Congress.

Trump cast his measures as completely focused on American workers
Trump said that, whether it’s producing steel, building cars, or curing disease, he wants the next generation to develop the production and innovation here, there great homeland America creating wealth and jobs for American workers. In case of immigration, Trump promised to investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the American worker, but he did not mention his signature campaign promise of building a wall along the US border with Mexico.

Plan withdrawal from transpacific partnership
Trump says he intends to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and replace it with “fair bilateral trade deals.”The move would shatter President Barack Obama’s aim of strengthening US influence in Asia and could leave the Western world’s trade agenda. For instance TPP, which was aimed at linking the US economy with 11 (Canada, Australia, America, Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Chile, Peru, Vietnam, Malaysia, japan) countries around the Pacific. After that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that the TPP without the United States is meaningless. Some experts claimed that the TPP would kill jobs and worsen income inequality across the 11 nations, particularly in the US. During a campaign speech in Ohio in June, Trump said that the TPP was another disaster done and pushed by special interests who want to rape our country – just a continuing rape of our country.

Cancel environmental restrictions
Throughout his campaign, Trump was consistent in his promise to reduce environmental restrictions. Now he is determined to deliver on that. Trump says that he will cancel job-killing restrictions on the production of American energy including shale energy and clean coal and create millions of high-paying jobs. Though he doesn’t specifically mention it by name, one of Trump’s primary targets has been Obama’s Clean Power Plan, which many critics see as a “war on coal.”

Limit the restricted regulations on businesses
Trump says he will formulate some new regulations and eliminate old laws which are obsolete now. In campaign, trump promised to create jobs, expand economy. So he prioritized this issue and plans to reduce regulations on trade and business so that the business people can exchange products in a free trade market.

Guard against cyber attacks
Trump says he will establish a cyber-review team consisting of the members from military, law enforcement and private sector. He wants to audit the security of the federal government’s computer systems and strengthen the hacking division of the US military.Trump also wants to “develop the offensive cyber capabilities deterring attacks from both state and non-state actors.

Examine visa programs
During the last moment of his campaign, Trump outlined big plans for his first week in office when it included immigration. Trump told his supporters that he should end illegal immigration and suspend immigrants suspected as involved in terror organizations. He also said that he would stop illegal immigration, deport all criminal aliens. Trump also said that he will investigate all abuses of visa programs.

Enact laws to ban lobbying
Trump promised to drain the swamp and for that he has focused his rage on lobbyists.The move will prohibit officials from becoming a lobbyists for five years after leaving government. Everybody is a lobbyist down there, he said. That is the problem with the system against which Trump said that we are doing a lot of things to clean up the system. After leaving the office, everybody who works for government becomes a lobbyist. It means the whole place is filled with big lobbyists.  In early December, Donald Trump declared his probable cabinet and for cabinet-level posts. Trump’s penchant for retired military officer, political outsiders, Wall Street titans and white men. Here’s the list so far:
Defense: James N Mattis
Mattis a retired Marine Corps general who led troops to combat in both Afghanistan and Iraq and rose to top military commands. He worked as commander of US central command in 2013 having Contradictory outlook especially on Iran nuclear program and Obama administration. Has called for a “new security architecture for the Mideast built on sound policy. In this case, Iran is a special case that must be dealt with as a threat to regional stability, nuclear and otherwise. Only three years out of active duty, he would require a congressional waiver of a federal law requiring a seven-year cooling off period for defense. General Mattis led the First Marine Division during the 2003 invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.As head of the Central Command, General Mattis was heavily involved in plans to counter Iran’s military and protect the sea lanes in the Persian Gulf.

Secretary of State: Rex Tillerson
The secretary of state is the head of administration’s foreign policy and serves as the key diplomat to foreign countries. The position requires Senate confirmation. After a series of interviews with high-profile candidates, Trump selected Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson. The choice has because of tillerson friendly relation with putin. As John Hamre, former deputy defense secretary under Bill Clinton, said that Tillerson has more interactive time with Vladimir Putin than probably any other American with the exception of Henry Kissinger.

Homeland security:
John F Kelly
Kelly retired as Marine Corps general. After a 45-year military career, Kelly stopped his career by retiring in January 2016 as commander of the US southern command. he was responsible for US military activities and relationships in Latin America and the Caribbean including the controversial detention facility at Guantánamo Bay and warn about border security. His son Robert was a first lieutenant in marine, who was killed in Afghanistan war in 2010.

CIA director: Mike Pompeo
Pompeo a third-term congressman from Kansas. After the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, Pompeo falsely claimed that US Muslim organizations and religious leaders had not condemned terrorism. He is a hard liner of national security issues basically about radical Islam, Opponent of closing the detention facility at Guantánamo Bay, a vocal critic of the Iran nuclear deal and a supporter of NSA bulk data collection.

Attorney general: Jeff Sessions
Sessions was the US senator from Alabama in his fourth term. Former US attorney, state attorney general. An immigration hardliner who, becoming the first senator to back the final winner, was an early Trump adopter.

National security adviser: Michael Flynn
Flynn, retired US army general and former director of the defense intelligence agency. A closed Trump adviser is known for his outspoken criticism of Islam. A vocal critic of the Obama administration. Flynn has falsely claimed that Sharia law is spreading across the US and that the nation is in the midst of a world war with radical Islamists. “Fear of Muslims is RATIONAL,” he recently tweeted this year.

Chief of staff: Reince Priebus
Priebus, chairman of the Republican national committee, was one of those who had present to the announcement of trump. Priebus’ ability to maintain healthy relationships between both Trump and the Republican establishment, particularly House Speaker Paul Ryan will likely prove essential in Trump’s negotiations with Congress.

Chief strategist: Steve Bannon
Chief strategist, a relatively new White House position, plays a key role in the administration by advising the president on messaging and implementing the administration’s agenda. Bannon is by far the most controversial figure in the new Trump administration. A self-styled “economic nationalist,” Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News, has pitted himself not only against the Left on many issues but also announced that his protectionist and big-spending policies will enrage Conservatives. Bannon has become the focus of some anti-Trump activists who accuse him of being a white nationalist. In addition, trump has already selected his secretary of commerce, health and human service, labor, transportation, ambassador to the United Nations, communications director and secretary of homeland security. From beginning of election campaign trump promised to deport Muslim migrants from America even he declared that Muslims were terrorist so they must leave America. But after election he removed communal speech from his website and announced that he will be president of all American people. When he started declaring his administration then the Muslim community of America felt threat. Because he included in his administration some retired armies and marine officers who were directly involved in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria war. CIA director mike pompeo, national security adviser Micheal Flynn, and defense secretary James mattes are famous for their devastating activities in Muslim region especially in Middle East. For this reason, specialists and USA policy makers shocked that trump can make law against Muslim migrants. Because After trump being elected Muslims are facing sectarian harassment in different states of America. And it will be his party achieved dominance in both senate and congress. So an uncertain future are waiting for Muslim community and American social economic and political conditions.

The writer is a under graduate student of the University of Dhaka.