On Monday, President-elect Donald Trump has outlined his first 100 days in office in a video statement. The statement outlined six proposals that would require only a signature of a president, including immediately withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and cancelling environmental restrictions put in place by President Obama, among others.
Trump evaded speaking to the policy proposals that won him the election, such as repealing Obamacare, building a boarder wall with Mexico, and imposing a ban on Muslim immigration.
"This is a way for him to communicate with Americans without going through the filters of the press," said Susan Page, Washington bureau chief of USA TODAY. Page offers analysis of the latest from the presidential transition, including the contentious relationship between the press and the President-elect.