On Friday. March 31, President Trump signed two executive orders on U.S. trade policy. The orders direct executive agencies to take immediate action on enforcement of antidumping and countervailing duties as well as trade deficits. The first order calls for increased measures to enforce U.S. AD/CVD orders and revenue. The second order calls for a multi-agency report on the effects of the U.S. trade deficit on the economy within 90 days.
The text of the executive orders is available on the White House website here.