President Donald Trump promised that a plan to improve cybersecurity in the US would be in place by his 90th day in office. It's now day 91.
Back in January, President Donald Trump pledged to develop a plan to improve cybersecurity in the United States.
"I will appoint a team to give me a plan within 90 days of taking office," he wrote in a statement in early January, before his inauguration.
Based on that timeline, the plan would be released by Thursday of this week. But Thursday is over and we haven't seen a plan.
The promise came the same day as a report from the US intelligence community saying Russian President Vladimir Putin had personally ordered Russian agencies to hack US political organizations and run a propaganda campaign to interfere with the 2016 US presidential election.
As Trump nears the 100 day mark of his presidency, political commentators are looking with particular interest at all the promises Trump has made for this period of time and whether he'll be able to deliver on them.
The lack of a cybersecurity plan -- or a cybersecurity executive order, which Trump also promised but has so far not produced -- would add to a list of policy initiatives that are still works in progress in the Trump administration.
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