President Trump now in his first 100 days
President Donald Trump kicked off his first full week in the White House with an ambitious political agenda.
Trump met with a group of Fortune 500 CEOs to brainstorm a plan in 30 days to stimulate the manufacturing sector.
"I come out with a lot of confidence that the president is very, very serious on making sure the United States economy is going to be strong," said Ford CEO Mark Fields.
Trump also signed three executive orders: the first fulfilled a campaign promise to withdraw from a massive trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
He also reinstated a ban on money for international groups involved in abortions and implemented a hiring freeze for everything except the military.
A watchdog group also filed a lawsuit in New York against the president, saying Trump is in violation of the Constitution because foreign governments do business with his vast empire.
Trump responded that the lawsuit is without merit.