Is Trump Really President

Donald Trump is an American business magnate and celebrity who served as the forty-fifth President of America until 2021. He’s a celebrity known for his appearances on television and in movies like the Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice, among several others. He is also famed for his prolific social media presence, in particular Twitter, and for his multiple business deals across the world. He’s become a controversial figure for some statements he’s made concerning Mexico and the United States taking a harder stance on illegal immigration.

In early August, President Trump sent out a tweet asking “Who’s at the top in the race to acquire the next Presidential administration job?” In reaction to the news that Sarah Palin was chosen to serve as the vice president position at the Trump administration. President Trump later told reporters that she had been on his “very shortlist” for the position.

Less than two weeks after taking office in January of this year, President Trump addressed the United States Senate from the first address of his Presidency. In his address, President Trump said that he was passing the torch to his successor in the White House, saying that he looks forward to working with the next president to”usher the prosperity.” He referred to former President Obama as a “Good President” and praised him for his work at Obama’s first term. He also took a shot at his chief competitor in the 2020 election, Mitt Romney, stating that the former Massachusetts Governor was a “scorched vet” whom no one ever liked to operate against.

Two months later, President Trump hosted a significant rally in Pennsylvania, addressing hundreds of supporters. In his speech, President Trump called upon each and each U.S. taxpayer to”take charge” and help to shape the future of America. President Trump also repeatedly referred to the importance of the United States Supreme Court, asserting that the current vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court is”not acceptable” and”ridiculous” because millions of Americans are out of work and struggling to make ends meet. The president went so far as to state he could have nominated Mitt Romney for the U.S. Supreme Court if it weren’t for the fact that President Obama chose someone who was a Massachusetts liberal-socialist.

The United States citizens, and many members of Congress, were impressed with President Trump’s performance in the second presidential election. According to exit polls, Trump received over twice the aid of Mitt Romney, who received about eight percent of the vote. If President Trump can manage to secure the legislative branch and keep the Senate in his hands, it is extremely possible that he will have a opportunity to enact as many of the policies of his campaign promise as possible. If the Democrats can somehow retain the Senate, they will have to deal with a President Trump who will be even more willing to collaborate with them on all policy problems. The resistance to the Trump agenda is bound to increase as congressmen and women learn just how much power and influence the Trump administration truly has in their hands.

President Trump is likely to take the governorship after he is re-elected. His chances of passing any substantial legislation or royal commissions are quite good considering how much support he received from the voters during the election. In addition, he took office at a time when the U.S. fiscal policy is controlled by the Obama government, which is working to reduce the federal debt and increase taxes for the United States citizenry.

The president will also need the collaboration of congress to get his agenda passed and it is doubtful he will be able to get his preferred law, called the Affordable Care Act, passed through the U.S. house of representatives or the U.S. Senate without the support of members of congress. President Trump made it very clear he is not interested in negotiating a deal through congress, but instead he plans to”fight for” the policies he believes are ideal for the American men and women. If the president can somehow get enough congressional Republicans on board along with his agenda, the chances of getting the affordable care act passed in its present form are quite excellent. With the House and the Senate split into two parties, there is little doubt that the president will have to work with both houses of congress to get this law passed.

One of the numerous areas where President Trump can use his bully pulpit to promote his policies is to the value of the Supreme Court. The Democrats are attempting to use the court to challenge the validity of the president, while the Republicans are doing everything in their power to keep the government operating. The president has already made it clear that he doesn’t wish to see that the supreme court reduced, but it is widely believed that he may use his bully pulpit to get the Republican congress to get behind his nominee, Merrick Garland. If the president could garner sufficient support from both Democrats or the Republicans for the nomination, he’ll have an ally at the court and potentially get the high court to eliminate the prospect of a divided verdict in favor of Mr. Garland. Whether that ends up happening or not, it is one of the many opportunities the president must use his bully pulpit to promote his policies and make America great again.