Trump outlines plan for first 100 days in office, walks back on meeting cancellation with New York Times

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WASHINGTON (CNN) — President-elect Donald Trump unveiled plans Monday for his first 100 days in office, including proposals related to immigration, trade deals and defense policy, using a video published online to briefly outline his proposals.

The six items Trump detailed Monday are all somewhat easy lifts inside Washington — because they can be done with a simple signature by Trump and do not require congressional approval.

Trump also unleashed an early morning Twitter rant against the New York Times, calling the newspaper “failing,” and accusing the paper of covering him “inaccurately and with a nasty tone.”

Trump canceled today’s meeting with the Times after claiming that the terms and conditions of the meeting were changed at the last moment.” “Not nice,” he added.

The New York Times responded with a Tweet of their own.

Finally, a spokesperson for Trump, Hope Hicks, told assembled press off-camera, “We’re going to the New York Times.”