Trump is one of the few candidates we can actually talk about so early in this election cycle because, of course, he is the incumbent president. So, we don’t have to speculate about his promised economic policies. We can actually look directly at the policies that he has already enacted. Trump’s policies are quite notable in two distinct fields where he has taken relatively assertive action, foreign, and domestic economics.
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