ARTICLE 3: What is next for Donald Trump?

– What is next for Donald Trump?


Since the beginning of Trump’s legislature as the president of the U.S.A., his own decisions have been placed in the spotlight of every country worldwide. We could say that this choices and decisions have complicated the way of living of thousands of people, especially of illegal immigrants from Latin American countries or citizens who live in places with some rivality with United States.

Perhaps, one of President Trump’s biggest stumble during his first 100 days was trying to repeal and replace the Obamacare Act (plan focused on creating better access to affordable coverage in the U.S and signed into law in March of 2010 as the Patient Protection Act). The White House has vowed that some variation of the repeal legislation will pass in a near future, but the outlook still remains very unclear.

President Trump has also established a travel ban on Muslims entering the U.S. During his campaign, Trump initially called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering his country”. But over the course of his presidency, He decided to narrow the ban from all Muslim people to “any nation that has been compromised by terrorism”.
This failure is reflected when Trump decided to sign two executive orders banning immigration from multiple Muslim majority countries and both times Courts have halted the orders implementation. (

Finally, We have to support our thesis with the most controversial idea that He has tried to accomplish. Building a wall in the United States border with Mexico and make the Mexicans pay for it.
Even some Republicans leaders have voiced doubt that Mexico will pay for the wall. “No, uhh no” said the Senate leader M. McConnell when asked. (
Also, Trump himself cooled the urgency for constructing the Wall.
So far, Trump’s Wall has yet to be funded, and Mexicans leaders have maintained that they will not be paying in the future.(

We can conclude that’s the next steps of Donald Trump can be quite unpredictable with his actions in the past as trying to repeal Obama Care, the Muslim banishment and the construction of the polemical wall, there are uncertain statements for a president of United States, if even people of his political party are irritated and contradict what he wants as for example, the Senate Leader that said that the Mexicans will not pay for the wall. this only mean that his actions are going to the wrong direction of being left with a good legacy as a president.

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