Day One (i.e., the first full business day) of the Trump Administration saw three "bold" but not really steps. Withdrawing from the TPP drew cheers from the left and the, hmm, economic nationalists on the right.
The Mexico City rule on abortion is a perennial with Republican Presidents that disappears under Democrats.
And the hiring freeze is confusing and oversold since, per the OPM, the federal civilian workforce has been somewhat flatlining for decades. (FWIW, that is roughly true even after adjusting for shrinking employment by the US Postal Service [Link 1 .pdf] [Link 2 .pdf].)
Day One also included exhortations with Big Business leaders, which is fine.
On the plate for Day Two: Advancing the ball on the Keystone and Dakota pipelines. Drill, baby drill!