Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States. He believes the United States has incredible potential and will go on to exceed anything that it has achieved in the past. His campaign slogan was Make America Great Again, and that is exactly what he intends to do.

Donald Trump came into office promising to change the face of American politics and transfer power “back to the people”.

President Trump on Saturday said “perhaps no administration” has done more in its first nine months than his administration, citing the White House’s progress on job growth and other achievements.

“I agree getting Tax Cuts approved is important (we will also get HealthCare), but perhaps no Administration has done more in its first 9 months than this Administration. Over 50 Legislation approvals, massive regulation cuts, energy freedom, pipelines, border security, 2nd Amendment, Strong Military, ISIS, historic VA improvement, Supreme Court Justice, Record Stock Market, lowest unemployment in 17 yrs!”

U.S. stocks also hit record closing highs on Friday, with all three market indexes extending their recent run of records, Reuters reported.

Trump has said on numerous occasions that his administration is outperforming those of past presidents.

Earlier this week, Trump touted efforts during his tenure to roll back various regulations, claiming that his administration has done more so far than “any president in history.”

Has Trump moved to cut illegal immigration?

Immigration was President Trump’s signature issue during the election campaign and he has signed a number of executive orders designed to fulfil his promises.

One of his first orders declared that the US would build a “physical wall” or “impassable physical barrier” along the border with Mexico, which already has some 650 miles of fencing.

But Mr Trump needs congressional approval for funding before construction can begin and that is yet to happen. He insists the costs will be recouped from Mexico, despite its leaders saying otherwise.

While President Trump is yet to change US immigration laws, he has signed two executive memos that instruct immigration officers to take a much tougher approach towards enforcing existing measures.