A better answer will be available in another 70 days.
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That would be the 100 day report on how Trump did during his first 100 days.
I think we can already see the answer: America will become more engaged with the political process than it has been in recent decades. Just look at all the protests and attendance at town halls.
That just goes to show you that the people are finally getting more involved with what happens to this country than it has been in 200 years. actually this might be a good thing. People have been asleep for way too long.
Greg people start waking up when they can no longer pay the bills, afford healthcare, or find a good job... right now there are about 100 million able bodied Americans out of work, and plenty more under-paid or PT workers, that's a lot of annoyed ppl
America will become more what it was under G.W.Bush. And Democrats will be asked, once again, to clean up the mess. That's what Obama did and Clinton before him. It's what happens. You'd think Americans would learn by now.
I think he will try, but radical progressives and some Democrats will stop him. I still haven't ruled out the feeling that there is a possibility of a second Civil War coming.
Hopefully it will become economically more viable and friendly towards the middle class... it has been a quarter century of decline for 'working class' fewer jobs, lower wages, less benefits.
Then after Trump, it will swing back to the social justice issues, environmental issues, and so on... the wonder of America, the pendulum swings one way and then the other, all the while moving forward.
The world is becoming akin to America, the WTO, WHO, WB, U.N. are in large part acting as the Federal Government, and Nation states are acting similar to our American states.
To a large degree, we are one-world now... the economies of all nations are intertwined, interdependent, the more advanced a nation, the more numerous its population the more tied into the rest of the world it is.
So hopefully Trump will focus on better Trade agreements, Job creation, restructuring the tax system to be more favorable to businesses and working class citizens, and taking more of a chunk from those who can afford it (hello Wall st,),,,
The world is changing faster now than ever before, technology advances at such a fast pace now, that in 4 months time, what was cutting edge has become common place... a generation from now, todays world will look as antiquated as the days of the horse and buggy do to us now.
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