The Washington Post – The White House has begun laying out a plan for a post-presidential transition to restore some semblance of public order in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world, a senior administration official said Thursday.
The official spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal deliberations that have been taking place as the White House grapples with a range of issues, including the economy, climate change, terrorism, the economy and trade.
“The goal will be to restore confidence in the institutions of governance, restore trust in our government institutions and provide the stability and security we need to continue to lead the world in the future. “
“We are also working with other countries to improve our cybersecurity.” “
The official said the plan would include a “reform of the financial system” and the creation of an independent financial regulator. “
We are also working with other countries to improve our cybersecurity.”
The official said the plan would include a “reform of the financial system” and the creation of an independent financial regulator.
The plan would also be aimed at helping states and cities recover from natural disasters and other societal challenges, as well as providing economic opportunities for the American people, the official told reporters.
The White House will have to come up with a long-term strategy to stabilize and rebuild the U