As President, Donald Trump vowed to take down the "deep state" and return power to the American people by dismantling corrupt bureaucrats and politicians in Washington. In a speech outlining his plan to achieve this goal, Trump outlined a series of actions, including the reinstatement of his executive order granting him the authority to remove rogue bureaucrats, the overhaul of national security and intelligence agencies, and the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to declassify documents related to government spying and corruption. Additionally, Trump called for the relocation of government positions outside of Washington, a ban on bureaucrats taking jobs with companies they regulate, and term limits for members of Congress. Trump's plan was met with both support and criticism, with some applauding his efforts to reduce government corruption while others accused him of promoting authoritarianism.