Trump made lots of promises on the campaign trail. Some appealed to conservative voters, while others roused political participation from white working class voters in rural communities, a population Paul Ryan referred to as "the voice out in this country that no one else heard." From the moment Trump shared his plans for a "beautiful" wall at the Mexico border, he has vowed to bring radical change to an office that, in his view, has been too concerned with political correctness to protect American interests. But so far, Trump hasn't been able to fulfill key campaign promises.
Two months into his presidency, Trump is finding that creating radical change through nationalistic policies isn't quite as simple as appealing to a specific population of the country. While he often boasted during the campaign about his high polling numbers or his ability to beat out 16 other Republican candidates for the GOP nomination, he now has to work towards gaining bipartisan support in order for his policies to pass.
Trump is still struggling to make this happen. Some of his plans have been challenged and thwarted by federal judges, and some have failed to receive enough votes to become law. Now, it remains to be seen whether or not those plans will ever be fulfilled. And many Americans surely hope they won't be.