Donald Trump’s first 100 hours were spent approving various infrastructures that form part of his plans revealed during his campaign. The new president signed an executive order to hasten the Dakota Access Pipeline project. This will surely break the hearts of Shailene Woodley and the rest of the protesters.
Fox News reported that Trump signed a memorandum. The Army Corps of Engineers and the US Army will have to review and eventually approve the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) project in a smooth and faster manner. The Obama administration halted this project following a massive protest to stop the project.
Trump has started his journey as the 45th President of America. It seems that there will be a lot of changes under his presidency. Eventually, the White House is bound to adapt to the new administration.
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The protesters of the DAPL project want to stop the pipeline construction. According to rumors, it might contaminate the water supply around the area. It can also destroy the sacred lands of the Native Americans.
Divergent actress Shailene Woodley joined the protest. The police arrested and detained her on one occasion. Despite her arrest, she continued her fight alongside thousands of Native Americans. Shailene Woodley felt elated when she saw the First Daughter Malia Obama in the protest rally held at the Sundance Film Festival. She said that it is amazing to see Obama’s daughter as part of the protest group.
Prior to this update, Obama did not agree with the project. Donald Trump, on the other hand, wants to continue the pipeline project in the businessman’s perspective. They planned to use the project to transfer crude oil from the exploration site to the refineries.
The new administration dedicated Donald Trump’s first 100 hours to the approval of certain projects. And these projects are not just mediocre projects. The president has shared one of his principles in life. For success, he say, “I like thinking big. I always have. To me it’s very simple: if you’re going to be thinking anyway, you might as well think big.” Donald Trump and his administration already applied this principle in the White House.
Signing orders to move forward with the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines in the Oval Office.
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