NEW YORK (Diya TV) — Republican President-elect Donald Trump, contrary to his reputation, has been uncharacteristically quiet over the last week of his transition, having made no public appearances other than via brief photos ops with the people he’s been interviewing for top administration jobs.

However, Monday evening, Trump released a short video laying out a few of the first executive actions he plans to take upon assuming the presidency in January.

Atop his list is fulfilling the campaign promise of removing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the broad trade agreement negotiated by the Obama administration that Trump spent many nights on his campaign bashing relentlessly. Congress never came to ratify the agreement, so the disposal would truly only be for the sake of formality.

Trump said he would also immediately move to cancel “job-killing” energy regulations on the production of shale and coal, and he would issue a rule stating that for every new regulation promulgated by his administration, two old regulations would need to go.

Additional executive actions he plans to take include directing the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff to develop a plan to protect vital infrastructure from cyber attacks and to demand that the Labor Department launch an investigation of abuses of immigrant visas. Finally, as part of his plan to “drain the swamp,” he plans on moving quickly to impose a five-year ban on executive officials becoming lobbyists after they leave the public sector, and a lifetime ban on former executive officials lobbying on behalf of foreign governments.

“My agenda will be based on a simple core principle: putting America first,” Trump said in the video, which was scripted and lasted just over two-and-a-half minutes. “Whether it’s producing steel, building cars, or curing disease, I want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here, in our great homeland: America—creating wealth and jobs for American workers.”

Missing from Trump’s video were even the slightest comments on his more controversial campaign pillars — immigration policies, the construction of a wall along the southern border, restricting immigration from Muslim countries or overturning Obama’s policies shielding millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. He also said nothing in regards to dismantling the Affordable Care Act, known more commonly as Obamacare.

“I will provide more updates in the coming days,” Trump said.