I just wanted to get a feel for what the community's opinions on the future are.
Trump hasn't taken very drastic measures thus far to bring back a lot of the troops from the Middle East, deporting all illegal immigrants, and taking more drastic actions to reduce drug prices (he said in 2016 he wanted Medicare negotiating drug prices). He has kept a lot of promises, but these are some glaring areas that not a lot of progress was made on.
Do you believe that he hasn't pursued some of these issues because he doesn't want to upset special interests that would do everything they could to prevent reelection? Will he have more conviction when reelection isn't a concern of his? Or did he not believe in them at all?
Also, I wanted to get the feelings of the community on what types of candidates will run after Trump is out of office, whether that be this November or in another 4 1/2 years. Will they continue running more nationalistic and populist-like candidates, or will they return to the typical Bush neo-con-type presidents? I have heard a lot of support for having Pence run, but I'm not sure that he is palatable to most independents or that he can be as confrontational when he needs to be.
So, in the future:
For Conservatives: who do you want to run in 2024?
For Liberals: who is a Republican that you could potentially see yourself voting for in 2024?