When ‘Trump’s America’ is over, the Trump presidency will be over, experts say
President Donald Trump will leave office on Jan. 20, 2019, after a decade of unprecedented, sweeping, sweeping political upheaval.
Here’s a look at how some experts are projecting the future of the nation’s politics, and what the future holds for the country’s future.
More:Trump has already signed a series of executive orders on immigration, energy, infrastructure and health care.
The agenda includes a new border wall with Mexico and new tariffs on Chinese goods.
It is expected to include new restrictions on immigration from the Middle East and a push to deport undocumented immigrants, as well as restrictions on energy production and a crackdown on the travel of refugees and immigrants from Muslim countries.
A series of court challenges, including a suit challenging Trump’s executive order on immigration in January, have been expected to drag on.
Trump has repeatedly claimed that the orders will be put on hold.
But his opponents have called that an illusion and are planning to take him to court to block the orders.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in a case over the president’s executive actions on immigration on March 20.
The court has yet to decide whether to hear the case, but a decision in the case could come as early as next week.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments over a new executive order from Trump in March 2020, but it has not yet been decided whether the court will hear the same case on a similar order in 2020.
That could mean the Supreme Court could decide the case as early the same month as the new Trump executive order, and could result in a new ruling in the Supreme.
It could also mean the court would hear the new order on a case that was already pending before the court.
It’s expected the Supreme will rule on the Trump executive orders in June 2020.
It’s unclear how much influence the Supreme could have over Trump’s presidency.
The president will leave the White House on Feb. 21, 2021.
He will stay in his role until his successor takes office.