5 Things you should know about the Trump presidency.
The president is currently in the midst of a war with the United States Senate.
It is unclear whether or not his cabinet will continue his policies and how the American people will respond.
The economy has struggled, with the Dow falling 4,600 points this year and the unemployment rate hitting a 12-year high.
On Friday, the president will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has been a vocal critic of the president.
Trump is also under pressure to release his tax returns, which could provide a clue as to how he will pay for his campaign promises.
Here’s what you need to know.
The War With the Senate Trump has been at war with both the Republican and Democratic senators since the beginning of his term.
He has used the Senate to force through his legislative agenda, but has also used the chamber to advance policies that have been unpopular to the American public.
The Senate voted in favor of a sweeping tax bill on Friday, though it was defeated in a procedural vote.
Trump has threatened to veto the bill and has threatened another one should it not pass, according to The New York Times.
This week, the Senate passed a measure that would make it easier for Americans to get insurance in the individual market.
The bill passed the chamber unanimously, but the Senate must now approve the measure by a two-thirds majority.
The White House said the Senate was “moving on to the next step of the legislative process” and that it was not seeking to obstruct the vote.
The Tax Bill On Thursday, the White House released a budget for the fiscal year that begins on April 30, 2019.
The budget would increase the federal debt by $1.1 trillion and decrease revenue by $619 billion.
The proposed budget would raise taxes on businesses and individuals.
It would also impose a 25 percent surcharge on health insurance and a 10 percent tax on high-income earners.
The tax bill would also eliminate the estate tax.
The Budget On Friday afternoon, the House passed a bill that would allow people to deduct child care expenses, and it would also allow people who earn less than $250,000 to deduct their state and local taxes.
It was a big win for Democrats, who had been pushing for a higher minimum wage, which is currently $7.25 per hour, to be phased in. 4.
Trump’s Cabinet The president has been unable to find a replacement for the outgoing Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, who was removed from his post due to the resignation of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Perez is a progressive who was nominated to the position by Trump in 2018.
He will be replaced by Jeff Sessions, who is also a member of the Republican Party.
The two men have been in constant conflict since the election, with Trump threatening to fire Sessions if he does not support him.
Trump also said he would fire Sessions, and that he would make the move on his own.
Sessions told CNN on Friday that he will not be resigning, and he said the White Houses budget would “absolutely” include a $4.7 trillion infrastructure plan.
The Latest Tax Changes The House approved a plan on Friday to slash the corporate tax rate to 15 percent from 35 percent.
It will be phased out over time and would begin to be eliminated by 2024.
The plan would also reduce the estate and personal income tax rates.
The House also passed a $1 trillion tax bill, which would cut the corporate rate to 21 percent from 39.6 percent, and add $2.4 trillion to the deficit.
The proposal would also remove the estate taxes and the corporate income tax rate.