To mark the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to "vigorously promote religious liberty." The order directs the IRS to exercise "maximum enforcement discretion" over the Johnson amendment, which prevents churches and other tax-exempt religious organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates.
President Trump signed an executive order on implementing an "America-first offshore energy strategy" in the Roosevelt Room at The White House on April 28, 2017. The order requires a review of locations available for offshore oil and gas exploration.
President Trump signed the "Improving Accountability and Whistleblower Protection" executive order at the Department of Veterans Affairs on April 27, 2017.
On April 26, 2017, President Trump signed the Education Federalism Executive Order, aimed at reducing the role the federal government plays in public education. The order gives Education Secretary Betsy DeVos nearly a year to make a determination of whether there is government overreach in the area.
Later that same day during a visit to the Department of the Interior, Trump signed another executive order, this time calling for a review of prior monument designations made by former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
During an April 25, 2017, roundtable with farmers in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, President Trump signed the "Promoting Agriculture and Rural Prosperity in America" executive order with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue (left) looking on.
While making his first visit to the Treasury Department on April 21, 2017, President Trump held a signing ceremony with Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin, directing Treasury officials to review tax rules and oversight of "too big to fail" financial institutions.
During a visit to the Kenosha, Wisconsin, headquarters of tool manufacturer Snap-On on April 18, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at bringing jobs back to American workers and revamping the H-1B visa guest worker program.
President Trump signed the Energy Independence Executive Order at the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters on March 28, 2017, reversing Obama-era climate change policies.
Trump's original travel ban was eventually struck down by courts, with the president signing a revised ban on March 6, 2017. Nine days later, two federal judges temporarily blocked the revised travel ban, both citing Trump's statements about Muslims during the presidential campaign as part of their rulings. The president said he would take the issue to the Supreme Court if necessary.
President Trump signs an executive order on Feb. 3, 2017, ordering a review of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, originally established under the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
President Donald Trump speaks before signing an executive order surrounded by small business leaders in the Oval Office on Jan. 30, 2017. The executive order aims to reduce regulations overall by requiring that for every new federal regulation implemented, two must be rescinded.
President Trump signed three executive actions on Jan. 28, 2017, imposing a five-year lobbying ban for administration officials, reorganizing the National Security Council's structure and calling for a plan to be delivered to him within 30 days on how to defeat ISIS.
A week after being sworn into office, Trump signed an executive order promising "extreme vetting" of immigrants, as well as suspending the U.S. Syrian refugee program. The weekend of Jan. 28-29 was filled with confusion on how to best implement the travel ban executive order, as well as multiple protests at airports across the U.S.
On Jan. 25, 2017, President Trump signed orders to begin building a wall on the border of the United States and Mexico. The president said he plans to begin building within months, although Congress has yet to approve any funding mechanism for the wall.
On Jan. 24, 2017, President Trump's fourth full day in office, he signed executive actions to advance approval of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines. Trump also issued executive actions declaring oil pipelines constructed in the U.S. should be built with U.S. materials, streamlining the regulatory process for pipeline construction and shortening the environmental review process.
President Trump's first executive orders, signed just hours after he took office on Jan. 20, 2017, gave the Department of Health and Human Services and "other executive departments and agencies" the authority and discretion to roll back certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act.