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Here’s what we learned in the months leading up to the election.
Trump’s New Year Resurgence?
This is a Trumpian move.
Trump has taken a big step in his return to public life in recent months, announcing his intention to run for president again.
He’s not the only one.
While Democrats have struggled to find a viable candidate to run against Trump, his supporters and supporters of the president have stepped up in droves to back him and take on the Republican Party establishment.
This is the first time in a while that the Republican National Committee has actively encouraged the grassroots to run as Republicans.
And Trump himself has been one of their best and most effective surrogates in their campaign.
On February 12, Trump announced his candidacy at a rally in Iowa.
“We’re running a very big campaign,” he said.
“I am very confident about that.
I will run a very good campaign.
I have a tremendous team.
I am very proud of that team.”
The day before, on February 14, he met with supporters at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where he gave a speech that was both impassioned and very much aimed at his base of support.
The following day, Trump went on the offensive against his opponents.
He called Hillary Clinton a liar, a fraud, and a “woman-hater.”
He called on his supporters to vote for her, a move that has come to be seen as an attack on Trump.
This was Trump’s first public appearance since the campaign.
His comments were met with cheers from the crowd and were followed by a large number of protesters demonstrating outside of his Florida mansion.
By March 2, Trump had lost the election to Hillary Clinton, a stunning and unprecedented defeat that left him with a very small majority in the House of Representatives and an empty House chamber.
But, after months of mounting frustration and frustration, Trump and his supporters had come to the conclusion that they were going to have to try to take back the White House.
What are the top things to watch for during the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency?
President Donald Trumps first 100-day goal is to pass his first 100 bills in Congress.
He also wants to pass a tax reform bill that lowers the corporate tax rate from 35% to 15%.
His goal is a “massive infrastructure bill” that would help the economy, he told reporters on Friday.
This could mean a major infrastructure program, or a tax cut for businesses and the wealthy.
If his goal is the biggest, it would be the largest tax cut in U.S. history, and would help him win re-election in 2020.
The first 100 day will be an important time for the president to try and achieve his goals.
The next 100 days are crucial because they will determine what legislation Trump actually does in the first hundred days of his presidency.
Trump will be in Washington on March 15, which is also his 100-days-after date.
This will be a big test of his ability to get legislation through Congress, which could be key to what he wants to do as