Commenting on Biden's plan to sign a number of executive orders on Inauguration Day, the Washington Post quotes Jen Psaki as follows:
“President-elect Biden is taking historic action on Day One to advance his agenda — including signing 15 executive actions and asking agencies to take steps in an additional two areas,” incoming White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. “This compares to two Day One executive actions from Biden’s four predecessors in the White House combined.”
I'm interested in the last sentence, the "two Day One executive actions" signed by Biden's four predecessors (Trump, Obama, Bush, Clinton). Apparently, one of them is Executive Order 13765 signed by Trump, which, according to Wikipedia, sets out "interim procedures in anticipation of repeal of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)".
But I couldn't find the second Day-One executive action that Psaki refers to. Which president signed it, and what was its content?