Trump’s America 2017

The year ended for the US president with a political reversal in Alabama but victory on tax reform, alarm at his foreign policy and a cultural reckoning on sexual harassment. Catch up on the year’s comment and analysis

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If the tax bill does not boost wages, the GOP is in deep trouble in 2018 and 2020

When an evangelical state votes for a liberal, Democrats believe they have struck gold

The optimism of Ronald Reagan was missing at the inaugural

Some fear that the harassment backlash is turning into a witch hunt

The president has intuited that voters have overdosed on identity politics

This is Reaganomics with all the downside and none of the upside

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