I think Trump is basing his entire 2020 Re-election campaign on the "promise" to do something.
Illegals are flooding through our nation, and nothing short of a military invasion of Mexico will stop it now.
The "middle class tax cut" screwed over millions of middle class families. Firefighters, teachers, cops, mechanics, etc. in some of our most populated states were bent over by the IRS, all so that corporations could get a tax cut from 35% to 21% and someone had to "pay for it" by capping and eliminating long standing deductions. We lost at least 10 seats in CA, 3 seats in NJ, and probably over 25 seats in the House overall directly because of this travesty - and no Republican wants to run in 2020 on the "tax cut" that rewarded Google, Facebook, Apple - but screwed over millions of hard working Americans.
So what's left? Promises.
Re-elect Trump and Pence, and we PROMISE that we will do something in the next 4 years, because right now, errrr, we don't have the mandate, or something.
Being a lame duck may be his only way of getting things done after the Democrats derailed the first 2-1/2 years of his Presidency. In many, many ways.
They may have to fire the big guns no more than a few months before the elections.
Meanwhile, Democrats keep making sure illegals steal American jobs.
I don’t know how any American citizen can vote Democrat.
Also, I don’t know how any American citizen could support Jeb!, either.
That was Job One for conservatism.
Job Two is reducing the power of the Lefty Democrat Federal judge-presidents who are running the country, and who would be omnipotent now had Felonia been elected.
The Trump administration has become a "full employment" agency for The Federalist Society. He has appointed north of 60 FS members to the Federal bench.
We were lucky to get one or two during the Baby Bush and the Jerkbama eras.
It also looks like Trump provoked the Lefty Resistance judges into going too far with the nation-wide injunctions, and there are rumblings that the Supremes are gonna rein that Mitt in during the near future.