Donald Trump Shares His First Three Goals Once In The White House

After Donald Trump's strong win in the Nevada caucuses on Tuesday night, he spoke with ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning about his to-do list once he makes it to the White House.

He said, "First thing I'd do is knock out some of the executive orders signed by our president, especially the one on the border." Trump said that "people are allowed to come in and just pour into our country like Swiss cheese."

Trump went on to say, "I gonna work out immediately to knock out ObamaCare." In addition, he predicted that ObamaCare would be "dead by 2017."

He added, "We're gonna start taking care of the vets."

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