President Trump's First


days in office

"We will once more have a government of, by and for the people.” - Donald J Trump


  • Signed executive order on the Establishment of Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy. 


  • Held Make America Great Again rally at Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, Pa.



  • Signed a memo directing an investigation into aluminum imports, and an order aimed at cleaning up Veterans Affairs.

  • Met with Argentine President Macri. 


  • Signed two executive orders, including one directing a review of national monument designations under prior administrations. 

  • Held a Teacher of the Year event. 


  • Spoke at a U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum event.

  • Signed an executive order intended to boost the agriculture industry, and participated in a farmers' roundtable. 


  • Called record-breaking NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson at the International Space Station. 

  • Had lunch with ambassadors on the U.N. Security Council. 

  • Signed proclamation on Holocaust Remembrance.


  • Spoke by telephone with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan.

  • Spoke by telephone with President Xi Jinping of China. 

    10:00PM         THE PRESIDENT speaks with President Xi Jinping of China in the Treaty Room (CLOSED)
    10:00PM         THE PRESIDENT speaks with President Xi Jinping of China in the Treaty Room (CLOSED)


  • Announced he'll mark his 100th day in office with an April 29 rally at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, in Harrisburg.


  • Awarded a Purple Heart medal to Army Sgt. Army Sgt. 1st Class Alvaro Barrietos while visiting nearby Walter Reed National Medical Center.


  • Met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

  • Signed financial services executive orders at the Treasury Dept.

  • Met with OMB Director Mick Mulvaney.


  • Signed a memo ordering a probe into whether foreign steel is hurting U.S. national security.

  • Met with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.

  • Met and held press conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.



  • Toured and spoke at Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, Wis.

  • Signed the Buy American Hire American executive order.



  • Attended Easter morning services with family at Bethesda by the Sea, an Episcopal church, near his south Florida resort home, Mar-a-Lago. 


No public events.


No public events.



Promise broken

Despite saying he would label China a currency manipulator on day one, President Trump told the Wall Street Journal he had changed his mind as China hasn't been manipulating currency for months.

"They're not currency manipulators," he said.




  • Attended the swearing-in of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

  • Met with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney in the Oval Office.


No public events.


  • Announced his intent to nominate Lee Francis Cissna to be the director of the  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

  • Sent letter to Congress detailing the Syrian missile strike and his reasons for ordering the attack. 





  • Hosted a CEO townhall on the American business climate.

  • Made remarks at the 2017 North America's Building Trades Unions National Legislative Conference at the Washington Hilton.

  • Met with EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, and Northern Mariana Islands Gov. Ralph Torres.



  • Discussed ObamaCare and other issues while golfing at Trump National Golf Club in northern Virginia with Sen. Rand Paul and White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.


No public events.


  • Met with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

  • Met with the director of the National Institutes of Health in the Oval Office.

  • Met with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Oval Office.

  • Signed two executive orders on trade aimed on reducing the trade deficit.

  • Met with the National Association of Manufacturers.


  • Met with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

  • Had a legislative affairs lunch regarding opioid and drug abuse

  • Met with Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen.


  • Hosted an opioid and drug abuse listening session with VP Pence and Gov. Christie.

  • Stopped in at a "Women's Empowerment" panel as part of Women's History Month.

  • Signed an executive order establishing a commission on drug and opioid abuse.



  • Participated in a roundtable with women small business owners.

  • Had lunch with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

  • Signs bill rolling back regulations via the Congressional Review Act.


  • Talked by phone with House Speaker Paul Ryan about their legislative agenda.


No public events.


  • Holds a National Economic Council in the Oval Office.

  • Met with Charter Communications CEO Thomas Rutledge and Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

  • Attended a Greek Independence Day celebration.

  • Held a Medal of Honor recipients event.

  • Announced the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.


  • Met with House Freedom Caucus members over health care in the cabinet room.

  • Had lunch with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.

  • Met with truckers and reps from trucking companies regarding the impact of healthcare legislation on the industry.


  • Visited the Women in Healthcare panel hosted by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

  • Led a legislative affairs listening session.

  • Met with the Congressional Black Caucus.

  • Had dinner with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.


  • Met with House Republicans to discuss the ObamaCare replacement bill. 

  • Signed a bill on space exploration.


  • Met with Microsoft CEO Bill Gates in the Oval Office.

  • Met with Speaker Ryan, HHS Secretary Tom Price and Dr. Zeke Emanuel in the Oval Office.

  • Met with Secretary of State Tillerson in the Oval Office.

  • Welcomed Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi and led a bilateral meeting.

  • Departed for a rally in Louisville, Ky.


  • Spoke by phone with Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, at the president's Florida club Mar-a-Lago.


  • Spoke by phone with Brazilian President Michel Temer, at Florida weekend home Mar-a-Lago.

  • Dined with Isaac "Ike" Perlmutter an Israeli-American businessman and financier. Perlmutter has been the CEO of Marvel Entertainment since 2005.



  • Holds bilateral meeting with Taoiseach Enda Kenny of Ireland and attends a Friends of Ireland lunch.

  • Makes remarks at a St. Patrick's Day reception.


  • Traveled to Michigan where he toured American Manufactured Vehicles, led a roundtable with CEOs and union workers, and gave a speech at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti.

  • Traveled to Nashville to tour Andrew Jackson's Hermitage and to speak at a Make America Great Again rally.


  • Had lunch with Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia.

  • Met with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and Anthem CEO Joseph Swedish.



No public events.


  • Had a working lunch at Trump International Golf Club, in Potomac Falls, Va., with top administration officials including Secretary of State Steve Mnuchin, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and adviser Steve Bannon.


  • Led a healthcare discussion with House Committee chairmen

  • Spoke to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas

  • Had lunch with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

  • Met with HUD Secretary Ben Carson


  • Held a listening sessions with CEOs of small and community banks.

  • Held a legislative affairs lunch regarding the federal budget.

  • Met with DHS Secretary Kelly and CIA Director Pompeo, along with Vice President Pence.


  • Met with Laurene Powell Jobs in the Oval Office.

  • Held a strategic affairs lunch on infrastructure.

  • Had dinner with Sen. and Mrs. Ted Cruz.



  • Signed revised executive order suspending the U.S. refugee program and entry for travelers from six mostly Muslim countries. 

  • Spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by phone. 


  • Called for congressional investigative committees, amid inquiries into Russia meddling in the U.S. political system, to "determine whether executive branch investigative powers were abused in 2016," following his allegation Saturday that former President Obama requested his phones be tapped.


  • Had two dinner events at Mar-a-Lago. The first was with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly. They were joined later by White House counsel Don McGahn, top Trump aides Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and his wife.



  • Toured the USS Gerald Ford, and made a speech on defense spending at the Newport News Shipyard.


  • Held a House and Senate leadership lunch.


  • Met with the National Association of Attorneys General.

  • Signed an order calling for a review of the "waters of the United States" environmental regulation, and another order moving the HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities) offices back from the Education Department to the White House.  

  • Signed two resolutions, one encouraging women at NASA and another promoting women in entrepreneurship. He signed another bill nixing a Social Security Administration rule regarding gun background checks. 

  • Delivered an address to a joint session of Congress.


  • Met with the National Governor's Association in the State Dining Room. While doing so, he outlined his plan for a hike in defense spending as part of his upcoming budget plan.

  • Led a listening session with health insurance CEOs.


  • With first lady Melania Trump, hosts U.S. governors to a White House ball. 


  • Has working lunch with Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker to discuss plans to repeal and replace ObamaCare.



  • Led a listening session with manufacturing CEOs.

  • Spoke with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

  • Led a listening session on domestic and human trafficking.


  • Met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

  • Discussed the federal budget over lunch and discussed the subject with senior staff.



  • Met with generals at Mar-a-Lago before flying back to The White House.


  • Meets with potential candidates for the job of national security adviser -- acting adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg; former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton; Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster and the superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen.


  • Holds a high-energy, campaign-style rally in central Florida reminiscent of those that excited supporters and helped him win the White House.




  • Participated in a listening sessions with the Retail Industry Leaders Association and member company CEOs.

  • Met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and held working lunch.

  • Held press conference with Netanyahu.


  • Participated in a parent-teacher conference listening session at the White House.

  • Had lunch with N.J. Gov. Chris Christie and his wife.

  • Signed legislation rolling back part of the Dodd-Frank financial regulations. The legislation repeals a rule that requires oil and gas companies to disclose payments to the U.S. or foreign governents for commercial development.

  • Spoke to British Prime Minister Theresa May.



  • Scheduled to meet in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, with businessman Steve Mnuchin, who is expected to be confirmed Monday as Treasury secretary. 


  • Played golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, in two days of hosting the world leader at Trump International Golf Club, in Jupiter, Fla. 


  • Met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

  • Held a press conference with Abe, and vowed more action on immigration and security after a suspension of his executive order was upheld by an appeals court.

  • Left on Air Force One for Mar-a-Lago.


  • Signed three orders creating DOJ task forces to combat crime and cartels. 

  • Met with airline industry representatives. 

  • Spoke with Middle East allies and other foreign leaders by phone. 



  • Met with county sheriffs. 

  • Held listening session with Veterans Affairs officials. 

  • Met with House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz. 



  • Watched the Super Bowl at Mar-a-Lago.


  • Issued three fact sheets on his first two weeks in office -- including one titled "Getting Americans Back to Work" and another titled "Making Americans Safe Again."


  • Met with business leaders as part of the Strategy and Policy Forum.

  • Treasury Department announced new sanctions on nearly two-dozen individuals and companies in response to Iran’s recent missile tests.

  • Issued an executive order directing the Treasury secretary to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulatory law.

  • Issued a presidential memorandum instructing the Labor Department to delay implementing an Obama rule requiring financial professionals who are giving advice on retirement, and who charge commissions, to put their clients first.




  • Held an African American History Month listening session at the White House.

  • Met with Supreme Court groups at the White House.



  • Met with small business leaders at the White House.

  • Signed executive order instructing agencies that whenever they introduce a regulation, they must first abolish two others.

Promise kept

His "one in, two out" rule on regulations was part of his pledge to streamline government and make America more friendly to businesses.


  • Spoke with Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdul Aziz; Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of the UAE; and acting-South Korea President Hwang Kyo Ahn.


  • Spoke to five world leaders: Russian President Vladimir Putin; Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe; German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Australia Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull.

  • Signed executive orders to restructure the National Security Council and Homeland Security Council and to extend bans on ex-administration officials working as lobbyists to five years -- including a lifetime ban on ex-officials lobbying for foreign countries. Also signed memorandum on fighting ISIS. 

Promise kept

Fulfilled his promise of a 5 year-ban on officials becoming lobbyists after they leave government, and a lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government.


  • Met with UK Prime Minister Theresa May

  • Spoke with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto over the phone.

  • Made his first visit to the Pentagon.

  • Signed an executive order imposing a 120-day suspension of the refugee program and a 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. from citizens of seven terror hot spots, including Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Sudan.

Promise kept

The executive order imposing travel restrictions and a refugee ban fulfills Trump's promise to "suspend immigration from terror-prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur." The order sparked controversy and pushback from both Democrats and Republicans.



  • Visited the Department of Homeland Security.

  • Signed orders dealing with immigration enforcement and border security. Measures called for constructing a U.S.-Mexico border wall, cutting funding to sanctuary cities, hiring thousands more border and immigration agents, toughening immigration enforcement and reinstating federal-local immigration partnerships. 


  • Signed orders reviving consideration of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, as well as additional actions aimed at expediting the permitting process and encouraging the use of U.S. steel. 

  • Met with auto industry representatives. 

  • Spoke on the telephone with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Promise kept

Asked TransCanada to resubmit its Keystone XL pipeline proposal, and directed agencies to approve it without delay


  • Signed orders withdrawing the U.S. from the TPP trade deal; imposing a federal hiring freeze; and reinstating the ban on federal funding for abortion services in other countries. 

  • Met with business leaders and union leaders.

  • Spoke with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi over the phone.

Promise kept

Signed memos withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and imposing a federal hiring freeze (exempting the military)


  • Swore in top administration officials including senior adviser Kellyanne Conway.

  • Talked with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who accepted US invite.



President Trump took the oath of office, becoming the 45th president of the United States.

  • Took the oath of office, delivered inauguration address vowing to 'fight' for America.

  • Signed legislation allowing retired Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense secretary.

  • Took part in inaugural parade.

  • Signs order telling agencies to ease the burden of ObamaCare. 

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