Then he made big fanfare about helping the working class and that he was killing TPP, when fact it was already dead.
And if the working class believes that Mr. Trump is going to roll out an infrastructure rebuild and jobs program -- We can forget about that too. Mr. Trump is going to roll over on that as well, just as he had planned to do knowing that McConnell and Ryan have said any program must be revenue neutral, must have spending cut offsets. So he can cry big crocodile tears and blame the congress for not allowing him to do what he promised in regards to create jobs for the working class. He knew it was a throw away promise. Not his fault.
If this revenue neutral theory is practiced in regards to the ACA repeal and it is accepted that those who were the beneficiaries of health care will add ~$219bn in revenue, leaving only $137bn in deficits over 10 years to offset or make revenue neutral, then the public sector is about to take another hit, see CBO.
It is clear now that President Trump is a big, big, big mistake. So big that it is impossible to see how Americans could have made a bigger mistake. Ok -- it might have been a tie for who would have been worse Hillary or what we have, except it appears that there will be tough sledding for the Donald and Putin in the near term, which was the heartburn I thought we had avoided. But Nooo. The indigestion is back with a dose of Mr. Trump.
He is sad too, he is really, really sad, so sad in fact, that he has become a terribly sad, a sad sack of sad dude. Yes he is a dude, a bally-hooed crude and rude dude. Very rude. Very, very rude. He should be booed.