Trump firm on agenda but says Americans have nothing to fear

Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Reince Priebus (R) embraces US President-elect Donald Trump during election night at the New York Hilton Midtown, on November 9, 2016President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to move aggressively on a conservative agenda in filling Supreme Court vacancies, cracking down on immigration and cutting taxes, but also sought to reassure worried Americans they have nothing to fear from his presidency. The interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes,” which was taped Friday and aired in full Sunday, offered Trump an opportunity to reintroduce himself after an ugly, name-calling campaign and surprise victory that sparked protests in cities across the United States. Told that many Americans are scared of his presidency, Trump said: “Don’t be afraid.

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