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More than one hundred thousand Americans are expected to turn out for the inauguration of Donald Trump, and it’s not all sunshine and roses.

In fact, there’s plenty to worry about as the president makes his first trip overseas in his second term, and his administration is under unprecedented pressure to make the country safer.

The biggest issue is the president’s continued use of executive orders, or EOs, to reshape the U.S. justice system.

The president has used the executive order to bar transgender people from serving in the military, to roll back protections for the environment, to reverse protections for immigrants and refugees and to reverse climate change regulations.

In addition, he has proposed to rollback federal regulations that protect consumers and workers from the deadly coronavirus.

It’s unclear how many of those orders are actually intended to be enacted, but it’s possible that they will be.

The Department of Justice says it has received more than 7,000 requests for executive orders from the White House.

So far, more than 100 have been issued.

Trump has said he wants to build a wall on the U,S.-Mexico border, and the Department of Homeland Security has said it wants to deport nearly 10 million undocumented immigrants.

Trump has also proposed to build his own wall along the U.,S.-Canada border and to deport millions of undocumented immigrants living in the U.-Mexico city of San Diego.

The President also proposed increasing the cost of the country’s national anthem to $1.5 billion.

The Trump administration has also been at odds with some of its own judges, including Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who has ruled against Trump on some of the President’s most controversial immigration-related cases.

The Trump administration also is facing a lawsuit from a Texas woman who claims she was defamed by a man who was allegedly paid to intimidate her and her daughter with racist slurs.

Trump’s administration has been working hard to build up its judicial nominees, including for vacancies on the federal courts that Trump himself appointed.

And some of those nominees are now under scrutiny for their personal histories, including a man named Jeffrey L. Sessions, who is a nominee for a federal appeals court in Richmond, Virginia.

The most recent controversy comes from Trump’s order to ban refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, including Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya and Yemen.

Trump’s executive order also suspended all refugee resettlement programs for 120 days and indefinitely halted the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States.

The order was later overturned by a federal judge in Texas.