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The first few weeks of Donald Trump's presidency have contained what felt like a year's worth of activity and rancor.Trump is far from the first president to arrive in the White House planning to shake things up. President Jimmy Carter tried, but immediately ran afoul of his own party's leadership in Congress – and subsequently struggled to get anything accomplished. Carter did not, and failed; Reagan often did, and succeeded.Congress may push Trump toward a more moderate approach.Trump's blunders, so far, strike me as rookie mistakes.Trump delivers hyperbolic and even false statements more frequently than his predecessors. In any case, clearer communication would benefit Trump and the public alike.Trump, like all presidents, wants to win.
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