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List: Trump's executive orders

President Trump has signed a number of executive orders and other statements since he was inaugurated on Friday. (Source: CNN) President Trump has signed a number of executive orders and other statements since he was inaugurated on Friday. (Source: CNN)

(RNN) - President Trump has signed a flurry of executive orders and other statements since his inauguration.

Thursday, Feb. 9:

Presidential Executive Order on a Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety - With an stated intention of reducing crime, the executive order announced a task force on public safety.

Presidential Executive Order on Preventing Violence Against Federal, State, Tribal, and Local Law Enforcement Officers - The order aims to evaluate and suggest further legislation to buttress the safety of law enforcement.

Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing Federal Law with Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and Preventing International Trafficking - The order intends to maximize coordination among federal agencies to "thwart transnational criminal organizations." The order creates a Threat Mitigation Working Group co-chaired by theSecretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Director of National Intelligence, or their designees.

Friday. Feb. 3:

Presidential Executive Order on Core Principles for Regulating the United States Financial System - Among the principles detailed, the administration financial policy should prevent taxpayer-funded bailouts, "empower Americans to make independent financial decisions," and more rigorous analysis of the impact of regulations.

Presidential Memorandum on Fiduciary Duty Rule - Trump signed executive actions taking aim at financial regulations in the wake of the 2008 stock market crash - the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul, as part of his war on federal regulations. 

Monday, Jan. 30

Presidential Executive Order on Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs - When proposing new regulations, an executive agency must be targeted for elimination.

Sunday, Jan. 29

President Donald J. Trump Statement Regarding Recent Executive Order Concerning Extreme Vetting - Trump defends his recent "extreme vetting" order as being needed for national security and said it's not a Muslim ban.

Friday, Jan. 27

Executive Order: Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States - The order suspends the refugee program for 120 days to review the vetting process and blocks visa and green-card holders from seven countries. (Note: A copy of the executive order has yet to be released on

Wednesday, Jan. 25

Executive Order: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements - Trump signed actions in support of a border wall with Mexico.

Executive Order: Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States - Trump threw down the gauntlet, saying that "sanctuary cities" will lose federal funding.

President Trump Releases National School Choice Week Proclamation - The week, from Jan. 22 through Jan. 28, is designed to draw attention to school choice, including charter schools.

Tuesday, Jan. 24

Presidential Memorandum Streamlining Permitting and Reducing Regulatory Burdens for Domestic Manufacturing - The order speeds up "expedited reviews of and approvals for proposals to construct or expand manufacturing facilities and through reductions in regulatory burdens affecting domestic manufacturing."

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline - "I believe that construction and operation of lawfully permitted pipeline infrastructure serve the national interest," the memorandum stated. The Army Corps of Engineers declined to grant an easement for the project.

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline - TransCanada is invited to resubmit its application to build the pipeline that had been rejected by Obama's State Department in 2015.

Executive Order Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals For High Priority Infrastructure Projects - The order directs agencies to "streamline and expedite" environmental reviews and approvals for their projects.

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of American Pipelines -  The Secretary of Commerce was directed to make sure materials use in pipelines are made in the U.S.

Monday, Jan. 23

Presidential Memorandum Regarding the Hiring Freeze - A freeze was announced for all civilian federal employees in executive departments. The White House wants a reduction in the federal government's work force through attrition.

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations and Agreement - The statement withdraws the U.S. from TPP negotiations.

Presidential Memorandum Regarding the Mexico City Policy - The memorandum cuts funding for agencies that provide abortions overseas.

Friday, Jan. 20

Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies - The memorandum orders a freeze on all nonemergency regulations being registered pending review by the administration.

Executive Order Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal - Executive departments were given authority to stop the collection of fees related to the Affordable Care Act.

Saturday, Jan. 28

Executive Order: Ethics Commitments by Executive Branch Appointees - The order restricts those working for executive government departments from lobbying after their government work is complete, including a five-year ban on lobbying the department in which they worked, a ban on lobbying for foreign governments and a ban on accepting gifts from lobbyists.

Presidential Memorandum Organization of the National Security Council and the Homeland Security Council - The memorandum directs the organizing of a system for national security policy development and decision-making. 

Presidential Memorandum Plan to Defeat the Islamic State of Iraq - The memorandum directs his administration to develop a comprehensive plan to defeat ISIS.

Monday, Jan. 30

Executive order addressing regulations - White House called the directive a "one in, two out" plan, requiring government agencies with new regulations to identify two regulations they will cut from their own departments. The order specifically targeted small business regulations, but it was unclear how the action would be implemented.

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