Build the Wall
Trump intends to make good on his signature campaign pledge to build a wall along the US border with Mexico, and impose a minimum federal prison sentence of two years on any deported illegal migrant who attempted to return. And he plans to work quickly for the repeal of Obama’s signature healthcare reform, known informally as Obamacare. The Republican hopes to spark $1 trillion in infrastructure investment over the next 10 years via public-private partnerships and private sources, spurred on by tax breaks.
His “Gettysburg address” largely stopped at the US border. He did not offer much in the way of detail on what the foreign policy of a Trump administration would look like in the first 100 days. How does he plan to pay for his initiatives? How much could he really accomplish? Many experts are