President Donald Trump promised to be an agent of change during last year's election campaign, and so far his efforts to deliver on that pledge have produced mixed results. Trump has issued a series of executive orders that pleased supporters but antagonized opponents, especially his actions on immigration and health care. And Trump's public approval rating hovers around 40 percent, a historic low for a new president. VOA national correspondent Jim Malone reports.
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