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4 Things Trump Wants To Accomplish In 2018

By Donald Trump Collectables Admin January 10, 2018 0 comments

President Trump notched a major legislative win at the end of 2017, delivering the tax reform package he’d promised as a “Christmas gift” to the country. The White House now faces 2018 hoping to channel that momentum into a bold list of domestic priorities for the New Year.

FOUR THINGS TRUMP WANTS TO ACCOMPLISH IN 2018:

  1. Health Care
  2. Infrastructure
  3. Welfare
  4. Immigration

“The president was elected because of his ambitious agenda and his desire to get a lot of things done,” Sanders said in a press briefing on Tuesday, calling those four items “top priorities for the Administration this year.”

Health care

On repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, Trump has already claimed a win. “When the individual mandate is being repealed, that means Obamacare is being repealed,” he said in a Cabinet meeting in December after Congress approved the tax bill. “We have essentially repealed Obamacare, and we will come up with something that will be much better.”

Infrastructure

Infrastructure is another one of Trump’s campaign promises. Trump has long dangled a promise of $1 trillion in infrastructure spending, and his Administration is expected to unveil its plan in January.

The Administration had hoped that an infrastructure package could be a bipartisan win. “I really believe infrastructure can be bipartisan,” Trump said in December. “People want it, Republicans and Democrats.”

Welfare

Trump is expected to roll out an executive order mandating a review of federal safety net programs as soon as January. The Administration could include programs like food stamps, Medicaid and housing benefits in its targets for reform.

In this holistic view of welfare reform, Rector expects, the Administration could promote principles such as work requirements, removing marriage penalties from benefits, paying programs for outcomes rather than services provided and moving the cost burden of welfare programs more to the states.

Immigration

Immigration is one of Trump’s signature issues, and it remains at the forefront of his domestic agenda in his second year. Within the first days of 2018, Trump will meet with Congressional leaders to discuss an immigration deal. He predicted on Twitter that “DACA activists and Hispanics will go hard against Dems, will start “falling in love” with Republicans and their President!”

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