Here are some of the things GOP candidates have promised to do on Day 1 in the White House

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Presidential candidates love to promise a packed schedule for their very first day in office, and this year's crop is no exception. Harper Neidig and Kyle Plantz at The Hill have rounded up Republican candidates' many ambitious plans for the beginning of their hypothetical presidencies, including Donald Trump's intention to locate and deport in a single day every undocumented immigrant nationwide whom he decides is one of "the bad ones."

Sen. Rand Paul has promised to immediately halt NSA mass surveillance, while Sen. Lindsey Graham pledges to have a drink with congressional Democrats in the name of bipartisanship. But perhaps the most active Day One plans belong to Sen. Ted Cruz:

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