Trump’s harsh rhetoric about women has left many wondering how his administration can be expected to treat them effectively.
The new administration is in the middle of trying to get a grip on the issue.
In a statement issued Thursday, the White House said the new policy on domestic violence is not a sweeping plan that will result in the “abolition of all forms of violence.”
“The Trump Administration is committed to making the laws that govern our country work better for all Americans,” the statement read.
“But in this time of unprecedented violence, we must make hard choices that protect our families and our communities.”
A policy document that Trump signed Thursday calls for expanding the use of domestic violence protective orders, which are used by victims to keep their abusers from taking their property.
Domestic violence protections can be used to prevent a domestic violence incident from becoming violent, but not to stop it from occurring, the document states.
Domestic violence protective order holders can use their protective orders to gain access to certain places where they can be away from their abuser.
A protective order can also be used against someone who has physically assaulted a person or property.
“The administration is taking immediate action to expand the use and enforcement of domestic abuse protective orders,” the policy document said.
Trump, who has promised to get tough on domestic abuse, is known for saying women are “so stupid” for complaining about abuse, and that they should “shut up and let it happen.”
In an interview with The Associated Press in March, Trump said women have been “bully” and “pussy” for decades and he called on women to “shut the f*** up.”
“I am a real tough guy.
I have a lot of tough guys.
I don’t like to call it that,” Trump said at the time.”
They’re so stupid,” he added.
“I don’t want to hurt their feelings, but they are so stupid.”
Trump said he has not heard any complaints from women about the new administration.
“No, I haven’t heard that.
I’m not hearing that.
No, I’m hearing that,” he said.”
Women are so smart, so tough.
They’re so strong, and I love women.
I love them,” Trump added.
The president’s comments about women have sparked a backlash, with many calling on Trump to do more to address the issue and say he would do something about it.
Women’s rights groups, however, have criticized Trump for using the word “bullying.”
“Domestic abuse is a serious issue.
But to say that domestic violence victims need to shut up and just accept their abuser as they are is offensive and dangerous,” said Jennifer Rubin, senior vice president of the National Women’s Law Center.
“It’s important for men to hear that women can be as tough as men and still be safe, and this isn’t something that is acceptable.”
Trump, in a series of tweets Thursday, also attacked the press, saying the media should not ask him about his remarks.
“I have not seen any negative stories about my comments to the press,” Trump wrote.
“All the stories that have been written about me are fake.
They have asked me very little questions, and very little answers, and they are covering me very unfairly. “
In addition, I have not heard anything negative about the way the press has treated me.
Trump has faced criticism from the National Rifle Association, which has long advocated stricter gun laws and stricter gun control. “
So, as far as I’m concerned, I am a very, very smart guy and I know that I’m going to make the laws work better and that women should be as smart as men, but I’m the boss.”
Trump has faced criticism from the National Rifle Association, which has long advocated stricter gun laws and stricter gun control.
The president has long said that gun rights should be a priority, but that the issue of domestic abusers should be dealt with differently.
Trump on Thursday also criticized Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for his position that Trump should not be impeached over the matter.
Trump has also repeatedly questioned the integrity of the FBI and the House Intelligence Committee, calling it a “witch hunt.”
Trump also said he wants to make his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin as soon as possible, but he has yet to make a decision on when to do so.
Trump also met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Thursday in the Oval Office.
The two leaders discussed a range of topics, including the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan and the fight for Ukraine.