Trump signed the first decrees as President of the USA

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The President of the United States Donald trump after his inauguration, he signed his first decrees as the head of state. About it reports Reuters with reference to the official representative of the American leader Sean Spicer.

According to him, trump sent a list of candidates for positions in his administration for approval in the Senate, and the proposal to establish a National day of patriotism. In addition, the signed document, allowing a retired General of the marine Corps James Mattis to take the post of defense Minister.

In Washington near the Capitol January 20, the inauguration of the 45th President of the USA of Donald trump. Before him were sworn, Vice-President Mike Pence. Trump took the oath on two Bibles. The first was given to his mother in 1955 in honor of the Sunday school, and the second belonged to the 16th US President Abraham Lincoln.

In his inaugural speech, trump said that his main priority will be the benefit of the United States, and promised to return power to the American people. “From this day forward we will be guided by a new principle: America first. Every decision — for the good of the American people,” declared the President.

66-year-old Mattis retired in the spring of 2013, before leaving the armed forces he served as chief of the U.S. Central command. More than four decades, he served in the marine corps.

Republican candidate Donald trump has won the presidential election in November 2016, ahead of the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.