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President Trumps first week

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Walter, Jan 27, 2017.

  1. Walter

    Walter Administrator Staff Member

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    How do you see his first week, how do you rate the first decisions he made?

    Please only discuss conrete acts/announcements of this first week.
     
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    He's doing what he said he would. Nothing wrong with that. And at a rapid clip. That should come as no surprise given his background.
    His approval has risen 3 points so the nation seems to appreciate it dispite the media wailing and gnashing of teeth.
    For me it's an excellent start.
     
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    I didn't vote for the guy and didn't take him seriously but I approve of what he has done so far. I don't remember him showing much interest in pro life stuff so I was pleasantly surprised when he came out guns blazing to protect babies

    By he way. Hi all had to come by and see how everyone was
     
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    He did not permit pro life to become a wedge issue but he's mainly just returning to rule of law. Hard to argue against that.
     
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