Saturday afternoon, President Donald Trump again took pen in hand and signed three more executive orders, one of them mandating U.S. military leadership draft and present a plan to defeat the Islamic State in the next 30 days.
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The Hillreports a senior administration official said the other two orders signed Saturday were related to 5-year lobbying ban for administration officials, including a lifetime ban on administration officials lobbying for a foreign country; and a plan to reorganize the National Security Council.
"OK, that's big stuff," Trump said to the cameras and media present in the Oval Office during the signing. "Have a good weekend."
The actual text of the orders has not yet been made available.