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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton on the issues - Washington Post. Where They Stand on Economic Issues. Jobs and Income Many Americans have grown anxious that the economy hasn’t lived up to its promise over the past 15 years of creating job growth that provides upward mobility and broadly shared prosperity. Instead, the nation has gone through two recessions marked by bubbles—one in the stock market and the other in housing—that were followed by recoveries in which economic growth returned but job growth lagged. Laying out a vision for how to restore widespread job and income gains is shaping up to be the top priority of the incoming president.

Donald Trump If we do what we have to do correctly, we can create the biggest economic boom in this country since the New Deal when our vast infrastructure was first put into place. It's a no-brainer. It's so obvious that even the Democrats can figure it out.— November 2015, in his book "Crippled America" » Mr. Mr. Mrs. Trade and Globalization Mr. His strong opposition to trade deals has led to clashes with the U.S. In a speech on Aug. 11, Mrs. Taxes. How to Become President of the United States. Afficher l'image d'origin. Closin. Swing states explained in 90 seconds. Donald Trump: Where next president stands on key issues. Image copyright Getty Images An extraordinary, unpredictable US presidential race has ended with a final twist - a Donald Trump presidency. With the long campaign dominated by questions about his character, what he might do with power has become something of a sideshow.

But he will soon have the chance to shape US domestic and foreign policy. Here is how he stands on key issues. Mr Trump has promised the biggest tax cuts since the Ronald Reagan era. According to one analysis, the top 1% of earners would see their income increase by double-digits, while the bottom quarter gets a boost of up to 1.9%. Image copyright AP Mr Trump says he will create 25 million jobs over 10 years, saying too many jobs, especially in manufacturing, are being lost to other countries. This is his signature issue. How do Republicans think Trump's wall would work? How would Trump deport 11m from the US? Once upon a time, Republicans were the party of unfettered free trade. Congress for Kids: [Executive Branch]: Books - The President's Job, Part I.