These are positive changes which have taken place in our nation since we elected him, and his inauguration to be president.
This, and many more (approximately 60) , in the face of all the stiff opposition and deliberate distractions he has had to battle from the alligators and snakes in the swamp.
I have personally researched these, and what you see here are facts.
Study them carefully, and if you don't like Donald Trump as president, ask yourself why you do not?
Are things he says more important to our nation then things he does?
He was elected to change and fix things, and so far he is certainly doing what he said he would.
These are the results of his hard work (basically, 20 hrs. a day, seven days a week), on our behalf, that you never hear about through the hullabaloo of a very fake and bias media.
For America, President Trump has accomplished:
Trump instituted tough immigration policies that have reduced illegal
border crossings by 53 percent compared to the same time last year.
President ordered the hiring of 10,000 new Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) officers, including 5,000 additional border patrol
the first 100 days of President Trump signing his executive orders on
immigration enforcement, ICE conducted nearly 40 percent more Enforcement
and Removal Operations compared to the same time last year.
of convicted criminal aliens climbed by nearly 20 percent in this time
compared to the same time last year.
fiscal year 2017, ICE has removed over 2,700 criminal gang members,
compared to 2,057 criminal gang members in all of fiscal year 2016.
has specifically targeted MS-13 criminal gang members for removal on
jump-start construction on the border wall, the President ordered the
Department of Homeland Security to use $100 million of unspent
appropriations in its account for border security, fencing and
Trump directed executive agencies to employ all lawful means to enforce
the immigration laws of the United States, including clamping down on
General Jeff Sessions implemented new charging guidelines to end
Trump ordered the creation of the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement
(VOICE) office at DHS, ensuring that our Government can no longer ignore
the victims of criminal acts by illegal aliens.
Trump signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistle blower Protection
Act, enabling senior Veterans Affairs officials to fire failing employees
while establishing important safeguards to protect whistle blowers.
President Trump, Department of Veterans Affairs fired over 500 employees,
suspended 200, and demoted 33, as part of President Trump’s efforts to
restore integrity and accountability to a department charged with
supporting our Nation’s heroes.
senior leaders were disciplined.)
Veterans Affairs administration is shifting veterans’ electronic medical
records to the same system used by the Defense Department, ending a
decades-old rift in sharing information between the two agencies.
Trump signed legislation allowing our veterans to receive care outside of
the Veterans Affairs medical system.
Department of Veterans Affairs has acted to increase transparency and
accountability by launching an online “Access and Quality Tool” to provide
veterans a way to access wait time and quality of care data.
his historic speech in Poland, President Trump reasserted that America
would defend its interests and allies after years of neglect by the
Trump brokered a ceasefire in southwest Syria as part of his commitment to
end the conflict, reduce human suffering, and defeat ISIS.
his first international trip, President Trump supported the opening of a
new “Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology” in Saudi Arabia,
created to empower Muslim-majority countries to more effectively combat
Trump has increased pressure on Iran to end its destructive and destabilizing
actions in the Middle East, including its continued ballistic missile
Department of the Treasury sanctioned over 25 entities and individuals
involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program, ensuring our ability to
monitor potentially malicious actors while preventing future acts of
week, the United States sanctioned sixteen entities and individuals that
have supported Iran’s military and Revolutionary Guard Corps in the
development of drones, fast attack boats, and other military equipment.
Trump has allowed the military to push back against threats to our
interests and allies.
his first six months, President Trump worked with our partners and allies
in the Middle East to defeat ISIS, leading to Iraqi forces recapturing
the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against civilians, President
Trump authorized strikes against the airbase that launched the chemical
attacks, demonstrating our national commitment to preventing further
Trump has lifted restrictions that had prevented the Secretary of Defense
and our commanders in the field from fully using their judgement and
of President Trump’s first actions was to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific
Partnership, after the Obama Administration’s efforts failed to protect
Trump announced he will renegotiate the North American Free Trade
Agreement (NAFTA) to better reflect our modern economy while benefitting
all parties so involved.
week, the United States Trade Representative released its objectives for
upcoming NAFTA negotiations.
week, the President began the process of renegotiating the United
States-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
President Trump started with China on economic cooperation have already
produced results for American businesses.
the first time in 14 years, American beef imports have returned to China.
is welcome to negotiate contracts to import American liquefied natural
Trump delivered on his campaign promise to roll back the Obama
Administration’s bad deal on Cuba that benefitted the Cuban regime at the
expense of the Cuban people.
Trump has acted aggressively to increase exports of our energy resources
to a global market.
guidance from the Treasury Department to allow the United States to
the permitting and approval processes of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
terminals and exports, including the approval of the Lake Charles LNG
terminal in Louisiana.
Trump has unleashed oil and gas development in the United States by
expanding access to resources and the infrastructure needed to get them to
the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, creating over 42,000 jobs
and $2 billion in earnings.
an Executive Order mandating future pipeline work to be done by American
workers and with American steel.
new pipeline approval and production, such as the New Burgos Pipeline to
an Executive Order to extend offshore oil and gas drilling and reissued a
leasing program to develop offshore resources.
oil and gas development on Federal lands.
Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering an Obama-era rule on
greenhouse gas emissions that is estimated to cost oil and natural gas
operators as much as $530 million annually.
Trump kept his campaign promise to coal miners and rolled back the previous
Administration’s “Stream Protection Rule,” which targeted the beleaguered
industry with estimated costs of at least $81 million a year.
CUTTING DOWN JOB KILLING REGULATIONS: Just six months in office, President
Trump has taken historic action to eliminate wasteful and costly
regulations that have stood in the way of hardworking Americans.
American Action Forum estimates a potential $70 billion in costs
reductions from President Trump’s actions to cut back regulations.
Trump has signed 14 Congressional Review Act resolutions into law, ending
burdensome Obama-era rules and regulations, more than all other Presidents
combined, rolling back over 800 Obama Era regulations.
withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, President Trump protected
America from a bad deal that would have harmed our economy.
to a study by NERA Consulting, meeting the Obama Administration’s
obligations under the Paris Climate Accord could have cost the United
States economy nearly $3 trillion.
to the same study, 6.5 million industrial sector jobs could have been
lost, including 3.1 million manufacturing sector jobs.
order to control regulatory costs, President Trump signed an Executive
Order mandating that for every one new regulation, two old regulations
must be eliminated.
infrastructure reform and investment, the Trump Administration has
dramatically reduced permit approvals for projects from 10 and 20 years to
2 years, spurring investment and job creation.