President Donald Trump entered office with an aggressive agenda for his first 100 days, pledging action on everything from reforming immigration to renegotiating trade deals.
While many of his promises will require congressional action, the president has moved forward with a number of his proposals through executive orders.
Trump has already signed 12 executive orders, including ones covering immigration, crime reduction and public safety.
What is an executive order?
Executive orders are legally binding directives issued by the president to federal administrative agencies. There have been 13,766 executive orders signed, with every president except William Henry Harrison using them while in office. Perhaps the most famous executive order was…
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