|2015.10.06||Trump on Afghanistan: "We made a terrible mistake getting involved there in the first place." cnn.com (See also Afghanistan)|
|2015.10.20||Trump: "I've never said we made a mistake going into Afghanistan", contradicting his statement two weeks earlier saying that invading Afghanistan was "a terrible mistake." cnn.com (See also Afghanistan)|
|2016.08.03||Where once Trump demanded tougher U.S. response to Russian aggression, after hiring Paul Manafort, the GOP nominee's views change and he now says he can live with a Russian Crimea. politico.com (See also Ukraine, Conflicts of Interest)|
|2017.01.20||Trump White House takes down Native Americans web page from White House website. nativenewsonline.net (See also Native Americans, Racism, Department of the Interior, First 100 Days)|
Within hours of the presidential transition, the White House, took down the Native Americans web page that had been part of the Obama White House website for the previous eight years.
|2017.01.25||Trump officials appear to have walked back on plans to delete EPA climate web pages. sciencemag.org (See also Climate Change, Environmental Protection Agency, Environment)|
|2017.01.26||On the campaign trail Trump was sure he could balance the budget but in an interview on Thursday he said a balanced budget is no longer his top priority. washingtonpost.com (See also First 100 Days, Budget, Military)|
Replenishing a “really depleted” military takes precedence, President Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “I want a balanced budget eventually,” Trump said. “But I want to have a strong military. To me that’s much more important than anything.”
|2017.01.31||After meeting with pharma lobbyists, Trump drops promise to negotiate drug prices instead he now plans tax cuts and deregulation. vox.com (See also First 100 Days)|
|2017.02.02||Trump warns Israel that new settlements ‘may not help’ achieve Middle East peace washingtonpost.com (See also First 100 Days, Israel)|
The statement signals that the new administration will seek continuity with past presidents marking a step away from what he has said in the past.
|2017.02.03||In signing Dodd-Frank rollback Trump delivers on Wall Street's top priority, betraying his campaign promises to oppose Wall Street. msnbc.com (See also First 100 Days, Promises vs Actions, Dodd-Frank)|
When Donald Trump campaigned against Wall St, he was brazenly lying. That's especially, painfully obvious today.