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How the United States changed over Trump’s first 1,000 days in office



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SALT LAKE CITY — When President Donald Trump took office on Jan. 20, 2017, he promised to act boldly to make America wealthy, safe and great again.

“The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action,” he said in his inaugural address.

One thousand days later, what action did he take?

House speaker Nancy Pelosi and many of her Democratic colleagues believe his actions warrant an impeachment investigation, and she called for one. His Republican supporters say that’s simply more of the same targeting of Trump the Democrats have done since day one as they sought a way to remove him from office.

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