What does “anti-Trump” mean? It’s the word for the “anti-” and “defensive” people
title The new Trump administration is not only the most anti-Trump in recent history, but also the most hostile to the concept of the United States as a country article title Trump administration pushes for military drills near US, Canada border article title What is the new Trump Administration’s approach to foreign policy?
article title US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau face off in a joint news conference in Washington, DC.
Here are some key takeaways.
article title New Trump Administration seeks to roll back civil liberties, impose tariffs on foreign goods, and limit refugees and immigrants article title A new era for US economic growth: Trump’s tax cuts, the economy’s new growth, and the stock market’s latest rally article title President Donald J. Trump’s administration is seeking to rollback civil liberties and impose tariffs against foreign goods.
Here is what we know about the Trump administration’s policy.
article article title “The first order of business is making sure the economy is doing well, that there is no war,” President Donald j.
Trump said during his joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau on March 20.
He said that “the first order for us is making America great again.”
Here are key takeaway points: -The US economy is still recovering from the shock of the first economic shock of Trump’s presidency, but it is now facing some new challenges, including tax cuts for the wealthy and an increase in tariffs on Chinese imports.
-Trudeau and Trump agreed that “we can’t afford to put people out of work, but we can afford to protect them from the threats that are out there.”
-The Trump administration has not yet formally adopted its first major policy plan, but the administration has been working on one, and it is likely to include some of the most important parts of the Republican tax-cut plan, including a reduction in the corporate tax rate and a temporary ban on Syrian refugees.
-The administration’s proposed cuts to corporate taxes, as well as to individual taxes, will be a major policy plank in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.
It is unlikely to affect Americans who make more than $100,000 a year, or people who work in the service sector.
-As the Trump presidency winds down, the stock markets have recovered, and their returns have exceeded the gains made by the Trump economy in recent years.
This should help the economy continue to grow and keep Americans employed.
-Trump and Trudeau’s meeting at the White House on March 21 will provide a preview of the Trump agenda and how the administration is likely, and could still become, a governing team.
-But Trump has also pledged to continue his aggressive pursuit of a border wall and has said he wants to build a wall along the southern border to keep out illegal immigrants.
-This administration is moving forward with a plan to impose a temporary freeze on Syrian refugee admissions.
Trudeau, Trump, and other members of the administration have pledged to maintain a refugee intake of 20,000 people a year through March 2019.
Trump has said that his administration would take in “up to 50,000” refugees a year.
-Some of Trump, Trudeau, and Trump’s economic advisers are also pushing for a more aggressive stance against China, which has been accused of unfairly suppressing trade and unfairly imposing restrictions on American industries.
-In his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, Trump called China “one of the world’s greatest threats” and pledged to defend American interests, including the United State’s relationship with China.
-A recent study by the National Academy of Sciences said that the Trump Administration “may be poised to pursue an even more aggressive approach toward China.”
-Trumps proposal to end the US’ trade deficit with China is part of a broader effort to impose tariffs of up to $100 billion on Chinese goods, although this is a “small fraction of the $1.6 trillion trade deficit that the US has with China,” according to Reuters.
-There has been no confirmation from the Trump team that it will pursue a border-adjustment tax, which is designed to help American companies and workers avoid paying taxes in countries that import goods from the US.
-Many of the issues that the White Senate has tried to negotiate with the Trump White House over during the last months have been stalled in Congress, with some lawmakers complaining that the administration hasn’t even begun to consider them.
-It is unlikely that the president’s proposed tariffs on China will be implemented in full, or that the border-control tariffs will be repealed, since they would require the approval of Congress.
-China has said it will continue to oppose any trade measures that are not approved by Congress.
But the trade wars that the new administration has embarked on with China have so far produced little progress.
-Since Trump’s election, his administration has also begun moving forward on an infrastructure program that Trump promised during his campaign, and that he has been touting in recent weeks as an important part of his economic