Trump’s first order on coffee tables: Buy ’em all

The president is expected to sign an executive order this week on coffee table coffee tables, with the price to be determined by the price of coffee in a store.

The price of a cup of coffee will go up, up and up, until the price is “reasonably priced” according to a draft executive order obtained by Fox News.

The president has previously said he wants to raise the price on his favorite drink, the latte, and is expected this week to unveil his plan to make it cheaper.

The plan, which was circulated to Trump’s senior advisers on Friday, would also include making the price “reasonable” for coffeehouses.

“The President believes that the cost of coffee should not be artificially inflated and is in favor of increasing the price that a coffee house can afford,” a White House official said in a statement to Fox News on Saturday.

The proposed price hike, which would come in addition to other price increases the administration has announced, is expected in addition.

The cost of a coffee would go up from $1.75 to $1, and the price for a small cup would go from $0.90 to $0, according to the draft executive orders obtained by The Washington Post.

At this point, the price will vary according to where you shop.

A Starbucks coffee shop in New York City will be able to charge $0 for a cup, while a coffee shop at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, will cost $1 per cup, according the Post.