After having made many promises of overhauling the way the US goes about its business at home and abroad, President Trump has made little meaningful changes, asserts Michael Brendan Dougherty of National Review. Pulling America out of needless conflicts in the Middle East or globalist trade partnerships is far from happening currently. Even on immigration, he isn’t pushing as hard as it seemed he might. Trump seems to be enabling the status quo a lot more than was originally expected. He may have tweeted a lot, but America’s foreign policy looks much the same as in past years. This isn’t the change that was promised.
Against all expectations, much like his election win, President Trump is driving forward the change that he offered and America voted for, holds Dan K. Eberhart of The Federalist. Most doubted his ability to change the tax plan, and then he did it, the biggest reform in two generations. A true business man, Trump has championed US companies, lowering their taxes and cutting burdensome regulations. This will allow them to succeed and benefits the economy as a whole. He has also made the country more self-reliant by developing local energy and the network needed to spread it. Trump is fulfilling his promises and making America great again.