Well, since you asked...My number one priority would be the reorganization of the national security agencies with my National Defense Act of 2013. I'd set up an office for myself in the Pentagon. I'd cut a deal with the army and navy departments and use them to help me. Duties of the CIA would go to the navy. I would put the Air Force under the control of the US Army. I would make the Dept of the Army and Dept of the Navy two separate cabinet-level agencies and I would liquidate the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security. The agencies of the DHS would go back under the Departments of Transportation, Commerce, and the Treasury. I would slowly start letting CIA personnel retire and transfer intel analysts to the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Instead of hiring 2,000 people for a White House staff, I would simply pull them from the existing officer corps of the army and navy. I would reduce the number of overseas bases from 750 to 300. I would sell Air Force One to the Chinese or whoever wants that pleasure yacht. I would only allow soldiers serving within a major command to be deployed within that command. In other words, a unit in US Pacific Command's Hawaii cannot be deployed to Afghanistan, but may be deployed to South Korea. If we want to keep a war ongoing in Afghanistan, we would have to establish permanent military settlements (as opposed to bases) in CENTCOM countries like Kuwait, Bahrain, and the UAE. My next National Defense Act later would go even further in reducing the military budget by shutting down all bases not in US states or US territories, reducing the number of top-ranking personnel, and cancelling most high-tech weapons programs in favor of new small arms manufacturers, better training, and a heavier reliance on reserves and national guard than on active-duty military. What's left of the CIA would be abolished. After this is under control, I would finally be able to focus on education reform.