On the 100th day of his presidency, President Trump signed two more executive orders.
One executive order was to direct a review of U.S. involvement in NAFTA and other free trade agreements. The order simply asks for a report back in regards to trade. It gives the secretary of Commerce 180 days to conduct a comprehensive review of whether previous free trade agreements have brought the benefits that were predicted when they were signed.
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The new signings raise the number of executive orders by President Trump to 32, a pace of executive action that exceeds any newly inaugurated president since Franklin Roosevelt, who signed at least 99 in his first 100 days.
The other executive order was to create the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, naming Peter Navarro to the post.
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