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Media reports have documented the most critical decisions taken by US President Donald Trump until the moment of his administration, which concerns many files internally and externally, as well as the crises he faced, some of which still exist.
Two years have passed since President Trump was appointed president of the United States on January 20, 2017, replacing President Barack Obama. The ceremony was held in the western part of the Capitol, the headquarters of the United States government in Washington, DC.
The reports added that the most important stations of President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018.
1 - Trump's visit to US forces in Iraq - 26 December 2018.
President Trump visited US forces for the first time with his wife Melania. The visit followed Trump's decision to reduce the number of troops in Afghanistan and to withdraw fully from Syria.
2. Government closure - 22 December 2018
The government's closure began on December 22 because of the Trump-Democrat debate over the budget, with the president insisting on financing the wall with Mexico. In the absence of a budget agreement, many budgets are automatically blocked.
3 - The decision to withdraw from Syria - 19 December 2018
The White House announced on December 19, 2018, the start of the withdrawal of US troops from Syria, after President Donald Trump said that the United States succeeded in defeating a supporter in that country.
4. Singapore Summit between Trump and Kim Jong-un, 12 June 2018
President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on June 12, 2018, in Singapore. The first meeting between an American president and a North Korean leader. The summit included talks on Korean missile tests.
5 - Transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem - 14 May 2018
On May 14, the US State Department announced the inauguration of its Embassy in Jerusalem in response to a decision by President Trump earlier. The number of US officials, including the daughter of Trump Evanka, a White House adviser, attended.
6 - Washington's withdrawal from the nuclear agreement - 8 May 2018
On May 8, President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal from the nuclear agreement between Iran and the 5 + 1 countries, and announced the return of economic sanctions again until Tehran changed its hostile policy in support of "terrorism"
7 - The air strike on Syria - April 13, 2018
The United States, France and Britain fired 105 rockets on April 13 after allegations of a poison gas attack in Syria targeting three facilities the Pentagon said was a research center in the Barzeh district of Damascus and two installations near Homs. Trump then wrote on Twitter "We think we have attacked the heart of the Syrian chemical weapons program with a specific strike," he said.
8 - The imposition of customs duties on Chinese goods - April 6, 2018
Trump issued his instructions to the US Trade Representative on April 6 to consider imposing an additional $ 100 billion on tariffs on Chinese goods in a dramatic escalation of the trade dispute between the two countries.
9 - Sanctions on Russia - 16 March 2018
On March 16, the Trump administration charged Moscow with a complex plot to penetrate the US electric grid, factories, water supplies and even air travel through electronic piracy.
The United States has responded by imposing sanctions on alleged electoral interference for the first time since Trump took office. The sanctions list includes a freeze on Russia's property within the United States.
10. Keeping Guantánamo Bay open - 31 January 2018
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on January 31, 2018, to keep the Guantanamo Bay prison open, a counter-attack to his eight-year-old predecessor, Barack Obama.
11. End of provisional closure - 22 January 2018
Trump signed on January 22 a bill that reopens the government, ending a 69-hour government closure. To a dispute over immigration policies.
12. Recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel - 6 January 2017
On January 6 Trump announced his administration's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, in a move that drew opposition from Arab and Islamic countries.
13. Sanctions against North Korea - 21 October 2017
On October 21, Trump imposed new sanctions on North Korea after it was declared a state sponsor of terrorism.
14. Withdrawal from the Paris Convention to Combat Climate Change - 1 June 2017
President Donald Trump announced on June 1 that the United States would withdraw from the Paris Convention on Climate Change to "protect America and its people."
15 - Riyadh Summit - May 2017
The Riyadh Summit was held in 2017 in the presence of President Donald Trump. The summit included a bilateral meeting between the United States and Saudi Arabia and two other meetings, one with the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and the other with the Arab and Islamic countries.
16 - Shelling of Shaareat airport - April 2017
The US military shelled the Shaareat airport in the Homs countryside in central Syria, in response to an order from President Donald Trump, who ordered the strike after the Syrian regime used chemical weapons.
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