TRUMPH POLICIES AND GREAT USA

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Trumph Policies

How did Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, leave his second year in office? Trump's examination with immigrants, the gap that it has expanded with Europe, the threat of dissolving Nafta, the trade wars with China, and its Presidency is a matter of debate.

It's been two years since Donald Trump started working as the 45th President of the United States on 20 January 2017. Trump's victory over the Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election in 2016 was his main promise: "to make America wonderful again".

Since his inauguration, Trump has made the commentary "How to make America wonderful again" for the next two years? In order to answer this question, it is necessary to make a comparison between the promises and the actions.

TRUMP EXAMINATION FOR IMMIGRANTS

The anti-immigration between Trump's election promises is at the forefront of the policy that the US President has consistently advocated. Trump has recently said it could declare a national emergency if necessary to build a wall to the Mexican border without the approval of the US Congress.

However, the fact that Trump did not claim to pay the cost of the wall to Mexico caused a huge conflict in the country over the budget to be spent on the wall. Trump's promise that k the entry of Muslims into the country will be completely prohibited "was approved by the US Constitutional Court, although it was limited to the bans of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.

NORTH KOREA'S NUCLEAR BUTTON

Trump's approach, based on the Cold War era and based on the United States' Korean-US crisis with the weapons and military presence on Korean soil, is also worth examining. The US President Trump, who said "We must chop off North Korea at every opportunity," came to the point to propose to suspend the shipment of oil to North Korea last year, but this proposal has not passed the UN Security Council.

He is now preparing to meet with two countries' leaders, Donald Trump and Kim Jong, in February. Bilateral relations showing softening had a direct impact on South Korea's attitude. Seoul's defense report, also known as the ad White Report ', did not include North Korea for the first time since 2010, describing it as Kuzey enemy kez, bu current enemy', or, main enemy Se.

At the beginning of 2018, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un recalled his statement "My nuclear weapon on my button". "My nuclear button is much bigger and stronger than yours," recalled Trump, who is now "going too well" for US-North Korean talks, and he points out that the negotiations hampered a ası likely ı war if he had not yet taken office.

THE COMMUNITY WAR FROM CHINESE TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL SIGNAL

With Trump's decision in the first quarter of 2018, which started in the Chinese trade war with the United States, there was a 25 percent duty on steel imports and 10 percent on aluminum imports.

When China decided to apply 25 percent additional customs duty on more than 800 products imported from China, China also made the same counter to the US. Trump and China's President Shi are still in a row at a meeting of the G20 Leaders' Summit in Buenos Aires, which is likely to affect the economy globally and may have consequences for many products worldwide. the 90-day 'ceasefire' to prevent the growth of tariffs.

The 'ceasefire', which would allow the Washington administration to suspend its decision to raise the tariff rate from 10 percent to 25 percent as of 1 January, to the $ 200 billion Chinese product, had prevented the parties from introducing new customs duties against each other. Concerning this war, which reduced the growth rate of the Chinese economy, Trump recently announced that the two countries have made progress on the deal.

US-EUROPEAN RELATIONS

Of course, Trump's protectionist trade policies have had its share in Europe. US President Donald Trump announced his decision regarding steel and aluminum tariffs at a press conference in the White House.

Decided to apply customs duty to countries other than Canada and Mexico, to 25 percent steel and 10 percent to aluminum. US pressure on NATO member European countries to increase defense spending has also expanded the gap between US and European countries.

Trump has been in a clash with American media since he took office. Some time ago, CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta, who had discussed the White House report during Trump's press conference, suspended his entrance card to the Palace. But hundreds of articles have been written in the American media so far, with Trump's claims that he took office as a result of the intervention in the elections.

TRUMP'S GREAT PROBLEM US DOMESTIC POLICY

Trump's real 'corner' is domestic politics. Trump is more congested in domestic politics than in the interim elections. The fact that the White House budget has not been approved for a long time is the clearest indication of this situation. 

Trump's anti-immigrant policies, as well as the fact that his entire team changed after being elected, are an important indicator of the problems he is facing. With its current congress structure, Trump will continue to face troublesome processes in domestic politics. Moreover, Trump's re-election after two years depends on whether the Democrats make a good choice. If the Democratic Party can make an effective candidate against Trump after these processes, the chances of being elected a second time may be difficult.

Relations between the US and its Allies are weakening
Fighting with EU member states; His insult to Macron, Merkel, especially with Russia and the Northern Stream Project Agreement, the exit from NATO, 'we're no one's police', by way of 'so bread how much meatballs ...' he says things very clearly, which leads to the gap between America and other countries.


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