Obama’s legacy will be defined by his policies and the way he ran the economy.
The president has done a good job, but that won’t be enough to keep Americans in the loop.
The Republican nominee has laid out his economic vision, but he has also promised to make it harder to get ahead by making it harder for Americans to get out of debt.
In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the issues and their effects on the economy, how the country is faring and what the president’s agenda could mean for American families.
The Economy As the economy continues to recover, it’s clear the president wants to boost growth by taking on Wall Street, which has been responsible for much of the recent slowdown.
He has already announced several initiatives aimed at helping small businesses.
He wants to make college affordable and has also pledged to provide loans to more borrowers.
The first order of business is raising taxes on the wealthy.
He would increase the top rate from 35 percent to 39.6 percent, a proposal that’s already supported by most Democrats.
That would be the highest tax rate on the wealthiest Americans in decades.
The tax cuts would be paid for by raising taxes again on the middle class, a target of the president.
In his first 100 days, the president has proposed $1.5 trillion in tax cuts and has proposed tax increases on all other income groups.
That’s $1,959 for every single person earning less than $50,000 a year and $2,917 for every person earning $100,000 or more.
These are very high rates, but they are dwarfed by what President Trump has proposed.
The Military As the American military has struggled to maintain its pre-war status, the Obama administration has also taken action to rebuild it.
President Obama has taken steps to strengthen the military and put more soldiers in the field.
He announced the hiring of the second-highest number of U.S. Special Operations forces since the Cold War.
But that doesn’t mean the military has been given the resources it needs.
The military is struggling to maintain what was once a pre-eminence in fighting a variety of complex foreign and domestic threats, including the spread of the Zika virus, which is believed to have killed more than 6,000 people in the United States.
Obama also announced that the U. S. would spend $1 billion on new aircraft, a $2 billion upgrade to the U-2 spy plane and a $500 million upgrade to missile defense.
The Pentagon’s new bomber is already being used to attack targets in the Middle East, but Obama wants more, too.
He’s also promised additional troops to the National Guard, which would be more than enough to fight off any foreign invasion.
But there’s no indication that any of this will be enough, as the White House has promised more.
A number of the President’s policies, including his call for a temporary pause on all deportations, are already on the books.
The Middle East As the Obama presidency has struggled, the U the region has also been affected by the unrest in the region.
The Arab Spring has seen many of the same problems that plagued the region under the previous administration, but the situation is different.
While there is a new president in the White the region, there is no new government.
The U.N. Security Council has been divided, and there’s little progress on the agenda, but most observers think the situation will be relatively calm for the next several months.
In addition to the economic problems, the region also faces significant security threats, such as the rise of ISIS, a network of terrorists that has targeted U.s. interests.
The Trump administration is currently pursuing a military strategy that includes military action in Syria, where the U