President Donald Trump has a unique opportunity to organize his speech for the next four years, thanks to the fact that he is using his executive authority to create a new set of speech rules.
The most important one for him is the requirement to make sure that the speech is not repetitive, even if it’s in the same phrase, and that it does not include the president’s own words.
“I don’t want to repeat myself.
I want to avoid repetition,” he said at the State of the Union Address in January.
The speech rules are being rolled out this month by the White House Office of Management and Budget, which has been tasked with creating a new speech code.
Trump has already taken steps to improve the speech code, including signing a new executive order directing federal agencies to review their policies and procedures for preparing and delivering their speech, and the president signed an executive order on Thursday mandating that the Office of Government Ethics begin its own investigation of the White Houses own speech code practices.
But he is also planning to implement a set of new rules to further address the problem of repetition, including a new rule to require that the first person who speaks to the public be first.
He has also asked for a “major overhaul” of the Federal Election Commission’s rules governing political speech, which were enacted in 1996 and are currently enforced through the FEC.
But the speech rules Trump is currently using are only one part of the administration’s effort to address the issue of repetition.
Trump also wants to expand the definition of speech to include any speech, not just speech by the president.
And he has ordered the Justice Department to create new regulations to address speech that is not “informally” recorded, but instead “is made publicly available for the public.”
Trump is also ordering that the Justice and Education Departments “ensure that there are appropriate resources to help communities respond to repeated speech of the president,” including resources that include training for local law enforcement officers and social media monitoring.
Trump said on Thursday that he wants to “create a system of checks and balances that is so strong that the American people will have to take care of themselves.”
But in the meantime, he wants a change.
Trump’s speech rules should be a good start, said Amy Stoeckler, executive director of the Speech Code Project, a non-profit advocacy group.
But she said the administration is also “making good on its promise to end the ban on ‘unprecedented presidential speech’ that has been in place for decades.
This policy has not worked for millions of Americans, and it should be changed.”
What’s going on with the president?