>>259494>Tax cuts.>The eceonomy.
One of which demonstrably fucks the other in six years or so, just like it did every other time someone tried trickle down while ignoring the consequences. Meanwhile, nothing he's done for the economy has taken effect yet, save maybe those tariffs, which thus far, have been nothing but bad for the speculative market.>End of the Iran deal
You mean bjorking the same deal he now wants to make instead with Korea, while giving Iran a full pass to make nuclear weapons, exactly like their hardliners wanted, without any sanctions that actually matter to them, since near everyone else on the deal went right on trading with them?>End of the Paris climate deal.
An all but entirely symbolic deal that made effectively no demands on us we did not volunteer to make on ourselves, wrecking our international standing in the process by cementing us as a rogue nation that doesn't give a shit about ourselves or the rest of the world, even in gesture, just to please his base? (Which also goes to why those other nations are still trading with Iran.)
Sounds like four loses to me.
Meanwhile, thus far, the "deal maker" has committed to a military stand down on Kim that's been ongoing for over twenty years, while Kim hasn't committed to anything in writing he hadn't already claimed to commit to in April.
At least he put an end to those bump stock options, I'll give him that - and being real, I at least have hope for this, but beyond that... Not seeing a lot of wins. (I'd count ending the ACA individual mandate, if he did anything to fix it, rather than just continuing to break the thing further.)