How to tell the difference between the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton presidency
Posted On July 3, 2021
President Donald Trump’s approval ratings are at an all-time low, and he’s not the only one.
Here are some tips to help you tell the differences.
The Trump administration has a tough job ahead.
He’s under pressure to get things done and the economy is in free fall.
The new Republican-led Congress is under pressure from Democrats and Republicans to pass tax reform and other tax relief.
And the GOP has to win back the House, the Senate and possibly the White House in the 2018 midterm elections.
But these aren’t easy tasks for a man who famously called the NFL “un-American” and “the worst show on television.”
Trump’s team is making a lot of mistakes.
As Trump and his top aides try to enact the GOP’s agenda, the president and his aides are facing multiple legal and ethical issues.
The White House is investigating whether members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election.
The president’s former chief of staff, Reince Priebus, was forced to resign amid questions about his finances and communications practices.
The Justice Department is investigating allegations that Trump obstructed justice in the investigation into the 2016 murder of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
And Republicans are fighting to block the appointment of a special prosecutor in the Russia investigation.
The questions are piling up, and a lot can happen in a short period of time.
So how can you tell which president has been president and which has been a temporary head of state?
The economy is at an “all-time high” The economy has been doing pretty well.
The unemployment rate is near 6 percent, which is well below the historical average of 8.5 percent, according to the Labor Department.
The stock market is doing well, as are many other aspects of the economy.
The Federal Reserve is buying government debt and increasing interest rates to try to support the economy and keep the economy growing.
The number of people employed rose slightly in August.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose almost 3 percent and the S&P 500 rose almost 6 percent.
Trump has not been as tough on Russia as he’s been on Democrats The president has said he believes that Russia is a strong ally and that they’re helping him win the election.
But his criticism of Russia, including his recent comments that Moscow is the “greatest threat to world peace,” has not changed his policy toward Moscow.
The administration has continued to criticize the Russia sanctions, which Trump signed in early February, saying they hurt the economy by making it harder for American companies to compete and that there’s no evidence that Russia interfered with the election to hurt him.
Trump and Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Sergei Kislyak, spoke by phone on Tuesday, Trump’s first conversation with a foreign leader since the inauguration.
The day before, the Trump administration accused Russia of using cyberattacks against American institutions and companies to meddle in the election, which the administration said was aimed at helping Trump win the presidency.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry called the claims unfounded.
Trump told reporters in a press conference that Russia’s actions were “not very good” and that he was “not sure” if Russia was behind it.
But he also said he thought the U.S. had to respond and that “some of the sanctions, I think, are going to work.”
The Democratic Party is in charge of Congress and the White Senate Democrats have control of the Senate.
The Senate, however, has a supermajority and Republicans have a 50-50 tie.
Republicans are trying to pass their own tax overhaul package, but the legislation must be reconciled with the House bill.
The House will hold its next session on Thursday.
Republicans in the House are trying not to pass Trump’s tax overhaul bill and Republicans in Congress have the votes to pass a bipartisan bill.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said the GOP will work with Democrats to pass the tax reform package, though he doesn’t have the 50 votes he needs to pass it.
The tax bill would repeal the estate tax and impose a two-year delay on taxes on businesses that pass through the individual income tax.
Democrats are holding their own legislative negotiations.
Republicans have not been able to pass legislation on tax reform, and Democrats are not happy with the process, either.
They’ve threatened to hold up the tax bill until they can get the votes.
Senate Democrats are threatening to filibuster a tax bill that Republicans are working on in the hopes that they can pass it with the support of the Democrats.
House Democrats are also holding their annual leadership retreat in the Capitol this week.
Senate Republicans have vowed to bring a version of the tax legislation to the floor for a vote in the coming weeks, but House Democrats have been pushing back against the idea.
In the meantime, Democrats are taking their own cues from President Trump and trying to make the differences between the two administrations more obvious.
They are pressing the administration to use the tax law as leverage to negotiate better