How Trump could make a deal with Republicans

Trump’s first major policy announcement was to announce that he was giving up on his campaign promise to build a wall along the US border with Mexico.

The announcement was quickly overshadowed by the president’s disastrous healthcare bill, which was quickly passed and signed into law by his predecessor.

Now, the Republican president-elect is making his second big policy announcement of the new year.

But his first major one was to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.

Trump, who has pledged to withdraw the US from the accord, has said that he is open to negotiations with Democrats on a deal to lower carbon emissions, but the president-of-the-house has not yet said when he would negotiate.

A new era begins.

In 2017, Trump will be the president who took office in a year when the US economy was in the midst of a massive economic boom.

It was the worst year for jobs in more than three decades, and millions of Americans were out of work.

The stock market plummeted.

Inflation rose.

And Trump’s tax cuts for the rich, his healthcare plan, his tax cuts on corporations, his infrastructure plan, and his ban on transgender people serving in the military have all proved to be a huge economic boon for his campaign.

The biggest economic blow was the massive tax cut that Trump signed into federal law on January 20th.

Trump said that the tax cut would help middle class families.

But by cutting the taxes of almost everyone in the US, it also created the most massive tax hike in the history of American politics.

That was true not just for middle class Americans, but for the very rich, too.

And for many people who were not middle class, the tax hike was the biggest tax increase in their lives.

And the middle class has not been particularly happy with this.

Trump has been trying to appease this base by promising to roll back Obamacare and to reduce taxes for businesses.

But he also made a series of controversial moves.

His first big move was to slash the tax rate on business income, which is currently at a rate of 35%.

That means that most people in the business world will not pay any tax.

It’s an important part of the American economy, but it was a major break from decades of precedent.

It was also a move that was seen as a victory for Trump and his base, many of whom are frustrated by the current political climate.

And the Trump team made it clear that this tax cut was the main reason why Trump was running.

It would allow Trump to claim that he had been a champion of the middle-class for years, and it would allow him to claim credit for all the tax cuts he’s signed.

So, it was the beginning of the end for the Trump era.

We now move to 2017 and the beginning.

President-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated on January 3rd.

He has been the president of the United States since January 20, 2017.

He will be replaced by his son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, on February 10th.

At the White House, the President-elect meets with House Speaker Paul Ryan and Vice President-Elect Mike Pence on February 8th.

The President-nominee and vice president-nomination debate is also held on February 9th.