President Donald Trump, in his first 100 days, has shown a lot of enthusiasm for a lot more than just the job of being president.
As of mid-February, the President had been praised by Time Magazine as “the most effective president in history” and by The Atlantic as “one of the most successful presidents of the 21st century.”
In addition to his approval rating of 70 percent in the first 100-day period, Trump has been lauded for taking a lot less action than most presidents and for having “made the biggest change in the history of our country” in the past few weeks.
In addition, Trump had announced that he would be signing a series of executive orders that would “dramatically reduce regulations, strengthen our national defense, and restore American manufacturing,” while also “reducing the budget deficit.”
“The president’s first 100 months has been an extraordinary achievement,” said Matt Yglesias, a University of Chicago professor who specializes in the relationship between government and business.
“We have seen a huge reversal in the fortunes of the U.S. economy, and that is a very, very positive development for the economy.
The President’s first month has also been a major setback for the Obama administration. “
The next 100 days will be a great opportunity to ask what they are going to be doing, to learn more about what policies are being implemented, and to see whether there are any new policies to be put in place.”
The President’s first month has also been a major setback for the Obama administration.
As a result, the country’s debt has skyrocketed, the cost of living has risen, the unemployment rate has increased, and the U:S.
trade deficit has risen to $19 trillion, nearly triple what it was at the start of President Donald J. Trump’s first year.
In the last two months alone, Trump’s administration has proposed more than $1.4 trillion in tax cuts and deregulation, which will increase the deficit by $2.9 trillion over the next decade.
“This is the most expensive presidency in U.N. history,” said Ygensias.
“There’s no question that he’s doing what he can to increase the pressure on Congress to do more.
We’ve already seen the White House and Congress talk about some of these other tax cuts.
And the administration has been trying to negotiate the terms of a new trade agreement, but we have yet to see any concrete steps toward getting a deal done.”
In his first three months in office, the US has spent more than 10 percent of its GDP on foreign aid, according to a new report by the Congressional Research Service, and it has more than doubled the size of the US armed forces, from 2,000 troops in 2009 to over 8,000 today.
Trump is “taking the country in the wrong direction,” Ygelsias said.
“This is a new normal.
The United States has always been a big recipient of foreign aid.
It’s just that this time it’s so extreme.”
“What we are witnessing is a massive transformation of American politics,” Ystesias said, noting that the administration’s policies have been the “most dramatic change” in US foreign policy since the end of the Cold War.
“That’s the most striking change in American foreign policy in my view.
That’s the moment that the Trump administration has reached for.
That is a moment where it’s trying to create a new, post-Cold War world order, a new foreign policy that is more authoritarian, more nationalist, more protectionist.”
In addition to the tax cuts, which have led to a huge increase in the U,S.
military presence abroad, the White’s policies on climate change have also led to huge gains for the environment.
In his last month in office Trump signed an executive order to create the Climate Action Task Force and announced that the U will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent.
In 2017, Trump signed the Clean Power Plan, which would require the US to reduce greenhouse gases by 26 percent by 2025.
“In his first year, President Trump has done very well on climate, on energy, on trade, on taxes,” said Michael Brune, a climate and energy analyst at the Brookings Institution.
“So, there’s definitely a lot going for him.
But the fact that he has taken the biggest steps that we’ve seen in U:N.
policy in a generation, that’s what we’re seeing from the president.”
Trump’s economic policy is also being driven by the fact he has “done well on business,” Ygdias said: “The fact that Trump has taken these massive actions, the fact of that, has led to massive economic growth.
The fact that the economy is growing is really the greatest economic growth in the world.” Trump