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President Trump's First Month, by the Numbers

Trump has had 14 out of 24 Cabinet-level nominations approved so far

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    A by-the-numbers look at some of Donald Trump's early activity as president:

    24: Executive orders and memoranda signed. That includes orders to withdraw the United States from Trans-Pacific trade deal, impose a federal hiring freeze and reduce regulations related to the health care law enacted under former President Barack Obama.

    1: Executive orders blocked. An order to ban travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations was blocked by federal judges. Trump is expected to issue a new order next week.

    4: Bills signed into law. They include a bill to halt a regulation blocking coal mining debris from being dumped in nearby streams.

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    6: The average number of tweets per day from personal account @realDonaldTrump.

    25.1 million: Twitter followers for @realDonaldTrump.

    15.5 million: Twitter followers for official account @POTUS.

    4: Visits from foreign leaders. (Britain, Japan, Canada, Israel.)

    1: Canceled visit from foreign leader. (Mexico.)

    1: Supreme Court nomination. Judge Neil Gorsuch.

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    2: Failed personnel choices. Andrew Puzder withdrew as the nominee for labor secretary; Michael Flynn was ousted as national security adviser.

    14: Cabinet-level nominations approved, out of 24 total.

    39: Percent of respondents who approve of Trump's job performance in Pew Research Center poll conducted Feb. 7-12.

    3: Weekend trips to Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.