President Trump's first year, through The Economist's covers

President Trump's first year, through The Economist's covers

Yet Trump has been changed by the experiences of the past year, according to aides and outside advisers, most of whom spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss internal dynamics.

His first 365 days have hurtled by like an out-of-control fairground ride.

President Donald Trump likes to eat fast food. To mark the extraordinary moment when the former host of "Celebrity Apprentice" took George Washington's old job, we styled him as the first president. The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Friday that it would take up the latest version of Trump's ban on travel to the United States by the residents of six majority-Muslim countries and two others.

A government shutdown happens due to lack of approval of all the senate members on a federal budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

Linda Fowler, a professor of government at Dartmouth University, said many of Trump's achievements were not very different from what could have been accomplished had another Republican won the White House. Several said Trump's goal should be to get his LDL below 100, or even under 70.

Dr. Daniel Rader, director of the lipid clinic at the University of Pennsylvania's medical school, said that taking a daily dose of 10 milligrams of Crestor should reduce LDL levels by at least 30 percent, which means that Trump's LDL started out over 200, a risky level.

Wary of potentially losing the Senate, the White House plans to continue its aggressive push to appoint conservative judges before Congress breaks for campaign season.

Congress convened a rare Saturday session to try to find a solution to the shutdown, but day-long talks produced no visible progress toward a deal.

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On immigration, the president ended Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), is expelling almost 200,000 El Salvadorans who have been allowed to live in the United States for more than a decade, and is trying to change the American immigration system to one based on merit.

Most people might have not heard of this test, also known simply as a heart scan or calcium score.

In the weeks leading up to the shutdown, the Republican-held House passed a bill that would have cut funding for the health care law while keeping the government open through December 15.

Already, it was unclear whether the House Republicans would get enough votes to pass the measure in that chamber on Thursday morning. This is Trump's Republican Party: "chaotic, destructive and driven by greed".

Yesterday, the White House said it supported the passage of a short-term measure to fund the government, although it wasn't ideal.

The Trump administration rolled back various rules and regulations petaining to banking, finance, labour, and environment that were adopted earlier. I mean I walk, I this, I that, ' Trump, 71, said during an Oval Office interview.

"The Democrats in the Senate could end this shutdown today", Mulvaney said at the White House. "He did not press his party to accept it", said Schumer. This is nothing, ' she said, grasping for words. This is the lowest average first-year approval rating for any US President.

Immigration, the sticking point in the current shutdown, stands as the most promising option after the president provoked a crisis by setting up the March 5 expiration of protections for roughly 700,000 young immigrants brought illegally to the children.