As was clear to see during the past weeks, Russia helped vilify Hillary with Trump's full support, or so the FBI think. It is called collusion and Trump and his goons are being investigated.
So Russia, led by Putin, effectively "own" the US President (IQ 120).
You have to laugh.
ECONOMY AND FEDERAL BUDGET
2 of 11 promises made on the Economy and Federal Budget
- “We will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world.” Grow the nation’s economy by at least 4 percent per year, although Trump has also suggested he will boost growth to at least 6 percent per year — if not much higher.
- Eliminate the $19 trillion national debt within eight years by “vigorously eliminating waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government, ending redundant government programs and growing the economy to increase tax revenues.”
2 of 4 promises made on Iran
- Negotiate the release of all U.S. prisoners held in Iran before taking office. (Five Americans were released during the campaign, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian; Trump has claimed some credit for this.)
- Refuse to call Iran’s leader by his preferred title. “I’ll say, ‘Hey baby, how ya doing?’ I will never call him the supreme leader.”
FIGHTING THE ISLAMIC STATE
2 of 18 promises made on the Islamic State [whatever that is]
- Target and kill the relatives of suspected terrorists, a violation of international law.
- Bring back waterboarding, which is widely considered torture, and use interrogation techniques that are “a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.” Even if such tactics don’t work, Trump says, suspected terrorists “deserve it anyway, for what they’re doing.” (Trump suggested after the election, however, that he was reconsidering his position because of a conversation with a general who opposed the tactic.)
Just 1 big promise on Hillary
- “Lock her up.” Instruct the attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton’s “situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception.” Trump had said the investigation would include Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state and the ways in which the Clinton Foundation raised money. (Trump told the New York Times on Tuesday this is now a lesser priority. “I want to move forward, I don’t want to move back. And I don’t want to hurt the Clintons. I really don’t,” he said.)
2 of 6 promises made on Border Security
- Fully fund the construction of an “impenetrable physical wall” along the southern border with Mexico. The wall will be one foot taller than the Great Wall of China and “artistically beautiful,” constructed of hardened concrete, rebar and steel. The wall might cover only about 1,000 miles of the nearly 2,000-mile border because of natural barriers, and Trump is open to using fencing in some places.
- “Charge Mexico $100,000 for every illegal that crosses that border because it’s trouble.”
2 of 7 promises made on Health Care
- “Completely repeal” the Affordable Care Act and replace it with something “terrific” that is “so much better, so much better, so much better.” Americans will have “great health care at a fraction of the cost.” Trump plans to call Congress into a special session to do this, which will likely be unnecessary.
- Reduce the number of individuals on Medicaid and/or using the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Trump would also cut any health care offered to undocumented immigrants.
2 of 12 promises made on Education
- “Be the nation’s biggest cheerleader for school choice,” use the “pulpit of the presidency” to campaign for expanded school choice in all 50 states and support the election of local, state and federal officials who agree.
- Ensure that jobs are waiting for high school and college graduates.
2 of 15 promises on jobs
- Create at least 25 million jobs and “be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.”
- Bring back manufacturing jobs from China, Mexico, Japan and elsewhere. States that can expect a rush of jobs include Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio, Florida, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada, New York and Virginia.
2 of 10 promises made on Foreign Policy
- Get along with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “I hope that we get along great with Putin because it would be great to have Russia with a good relationship.” Trump would also look into lifting the sanctions imposed on Russia after its annexation of Crimea.
- Stay out of the Syrian civil war. Although Trump considers Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “bad,” he has said the United States has higher priorities. Around the world, Trump has said, he prefers stability over regime changes.
2 of 8 promises made on Guns
- Arm more of the “good guys” who can reduce the severity of mass shootings. Get rid of bans on certain types of guns and magazines so that “good, honest people” can own the guns of their choice.
- Allow concealed-carry permits to be recognized in all 50 states.
2 of 4 promises made on Refugees
- Bar Syrian refugees from entering the country and kick out any who are already living here, as they might be “the ultimate Trojan horse.”
- Create a database of Syrian refugees. Trump has also seemed open to the idea of creating a database of Muslims in the country, although his aides say that is not true.
ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
2 of 16 promises made on Energy and Environment
- Gut, if not eliminate, the Environmental Protection Agency, which Trump has called a “disgrace.”
- Oppose a carbon tax on fossil fuels use that could be used to reverse damage to the environment caused by the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
2 of 5 promises made on Cybersecurity
- Assemble a “cyber review team” of the best military, civilian and private sector cybersecurity experts to comprehensively review all systems and technology, starting with the most sensitive ones. The team will also remain current on new methods of attack and set up protocols for each agency and government officials.
- Develop better cyberweapons [WTF?]
2 of 5 promises made on China
- Direct the secretary of the treasury to label China a currency manipulator.
- Instruct the U.S. trade representative to bring trade cases against China, both here and at the World Trade Organization. If necessary, apply tariffs against China consistent with Section 201 and 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 and Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962
2 of 8 promises made on Infrastructure
- Spur the spending of $1 trillion in public and private dollars on infrastructure projects over 10 years. Invest in “transportation, clean water, a modern and reliable electricity grid, telecommunications, security infrastructure, and other pressing domestic infrastructure needs” without adding to the national debt.
- Create “thousands of new jobs in construction, steel manufacturing, and other sectors” to carry out this work. Only “American workers” will be hired for these jobs.
GAMBLING ON TRUMP SURVIVING OR NOT
Trump will not see through an entire first term. For one, he will be bored and loses focus when he is bored. For another, the "shadowy elite" and or someone else, possibly from the Republicans, or people known to high ranking Republicans, taking emergency action to ensure Trump is removed.