President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCaitlyn Jenner: 'I would seriously look at a run' for office Priebus: Syria, China moves part of 'Trump Doctrine' Poll: Most millennials disapprove of Trump MORE said the first order he’ll sign as president will be to create “strong borders.”
It’s something he’s said before, but the promise gained attention Monday evening, after that portion of his Times of London interview was highlighted on social media because it included his definition of “day one.”
Trump will be inaugurated on Friday and is expected to attend celebrations that night.
The idea of the president-elect waiting until Monday until he starts issuing orders got attention on Twitter.
Haha Trump is taking the weekend off after being sworn in on Friday. Seriously, can't make this stuff up. https://t.co/VgkbX4XMBx— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) January 17, 2017
After inauguration on Friday, Trump to take weekend off for celebrations and pony rides and face painting. https://t.co/FmXGEzjcwG— Writer in Residence (@MikeCullen73) January 17, 2017
Trump really think he gets the weekend off? Someone please explain to him its not that type of gig https://t.co/6NFYZWbG3B— Insanul Ahmed (@Incilin) January 17, 2017
Trump treating Friday like the first college class. Just grab your syllabus and head home. https://t.co/TRKoaTQB3v— Marcus Mann (@MarcusMannBHS) January 17, 2017
The president-elect previously pledged to take sweeping, unilateral actions on Jan. 20 to roll back many of President Obama’s policies and set the course for his administration.