At the end of his life, Pablo Picasso, the world’s most famous artist, wrote of the United States as “a paradise in which I can live without fear of persecution.”
In the United State, immigrants are often the target of hate crimes, and in 2015, a woman was killed when she was allegedly chased into her car by a group of people after allegedly waving a Confederate flag at them.
As we look back on the year that marked the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency, we ask: What happened in 2018?
1 of 17 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × What it was like to live in America during the Trump administration View Photos In his first 100 days, the president signed orders for a border wall and new restrictions on refugees and immigrants.
Caption In his last 100 days as president, the federal government rolled back environmental protections and regulations and imposed new restrictions that affect thousands of businesses, businesses in sectors like manufacturing and agriculture.
May 19, 2020 President Donald Trump holds up a copy of the new executive order that he signed on March 4, 2020, instructing agencies to “evaluate the effectiveness and appropriateness of existing or future regulations,” and to “immediately begin implementing such regulations.”
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