Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, John Block, is still optimistic about the Trump Presidency. He thinks things will get better as the president puts his cabinet in place and the opposition realizes he’s there for four years.
President Trump’s first major address to a joint session of congress got a lot of attention.
He told what he’s going to do and he reminded what he’s already done. He worked to sell his vision to the country, the congress, and the american people.
He’s already trashed a number of regulations that President Obama enacted.
President Trump will get rid of WOTUS that is EPA’s most hated regulatory overreach. He will also be figuring out how to negotiate better trade agreements, repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Block says, “President Trump has been in office only five weeks. He has four years to go. In this short time, he has his critics going crazy because he’s doing what he said he would do. Promises made, and promises kept. It’s way to soon to know how this will all work out. Can Republicans govern, or will it just be more gridlock? The stock market is optimistic, and so am I.”