A man wears a mask with the face of US President Donald Trump, as he takes part in the '100 Days of Failure' Protest to mark the first 100 days of the Trump administration on April 29, 2017 in New York / AFP / KENA BETANCUR
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President Donald Trump is turning from his dramatic debut as an outsider president to focus on advancing his plans to cut taxes and get tough on trade deals."From now on, it's going to be America first".But even as he returned to friendly political turf in Pennsylvania, Trump seems caught between his role as an outsider candidate and that of a now-elected negotiator. He's spent 100 days being educated on the slow grind of government even in a Republican-dominated capital, and watching some of his promises – from repealing former President Barack Obama's health care law to temporarily banning people from some Muslim nations – fizzle.Even with his return to Pennsylvania, Trump seemed torn between who he was courting. Trump is turning to what he's billed as the nation's biggest tax cut.
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