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WhiteHouse.gov was completely overhauled. Here are its top 6 issues.


With a new presidency comes a new website. WhiteHouse.gov has been completely overhauled since Donald Trump was sworn in as president.

Some previous pages have become dead links, such as WhiteHouse.gov/lgbt.

Here are the top six issues listed on the website.

President Trump will refocus the EPA on its essential mission of protecting our air and water.


The Trump administration plans to eliminate energy policies such as the Climate Action Plan, using the money it expects to save on rebuilding infrastructure. Trump also said he would dedicate some effort to stewardship of the environment.

Defeating ISIS and other radical Islamic terror groups will be our highest priority.

"America first" foreign policy

Putting America first was a key point of Trump's campaign and inaugural address, and this is no exception. 

The President's plan will lower rates for Americans in every tax bracket...

Jobs and growth

Trump plans to fix an "outdated" tax code and create 25 million new jobs. 

The military

Rebuilding the military and caring for veterans are also top priorities of the new administration. The military plans include missile defense systems, offensive and defensive cyber warfare capabilities.

Our country needs more law enforcement, more community engagement, and more effective policing.

Standing up for law enforcement

In addition to the Mexican border wall, Trump plans to "support law enforcement," which includes deporting undocumented immigrants "with violent criminal records." 

Trade deals

Trump also plans to "put American workers and businesses first when it comes to trade." This includes withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and renegotiating (and possibly withdrawing from) the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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