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Donald Trump is certainly making some noise in his first work day in the White House. If you happen to be solely fluent in speaking Spanish you might have some trouble reading about it though.
The current president has decided to make a decision to it’s website that will exclude millions of Americans.
It no longer includes an option to translate the page to spanish or another option for disabled users.
According to Los Angeles Times:
Spokesman Sean Spicer suggested the translation option may return but made no specific commitment on timing when asked about it Monday. He spoke generally about the high volume of work facing the technology team during the changeover.
“We are continuing to build out the website…,” Spicer said. “We’ve got the IT folks working overtime on that now.”
Other moves made by Donald Trump include him signing an executive order that “prohibits giving U.S. funding to international nongovernmental organizations that offer or advise on a wide range of family planning and reproductive health options if they include abortion ― even if U.S. dollars are not specifically used for abortion-related services” according to the Huffington Post.
He also signed an executive order freezing federal hiring and another one withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.