By Matt ZapotoskyWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will be inaugurated on Jan. 20, and his inauguration is expected to be one of the most anticipated events of the year.
And the inauguration is only the beginning.
As the president moves into his second year in office, it’s time to look at the accomplishments and mistakes that have shaped this tumultuous time in American history.
The following are six lessons that we should take away from the first 100 days of the Trump administration:1.
He is committed to bringing America together2.
He wants to do better than he did in the first three years of his presidency3.
His administration is working to make the economy grow4.
He’s building a strong foundation for a prosperous future5.
He has a new vision for the future of the nation that will take us back to a time when America was great and America was strong.
The lessons are all important and important in their own right, but they also come with the added responsibility of reminding us what the next 100 days will be like.
As he enters his second term, Trump has to be careful not to repeat mistakes he made in the inaugural and in his first two years in office.
He needs to be focused on building an America that is a better, stronger, and more prosperous place to live, work, and raise a family in than it was a year ago.
That’s the biggest challenge facing him.
And he’s going to have to make decisions and decisions quickly to make them happen.
As a candidate, Trump talked a lot about how he was going to bring back the American Dream.
That promise will not be fulfilled by the next president.
It will only be fulfilled if he keeps the promises he made.
It’s time for him to start taking on the task of making the American dream a reality.