"President Donald Trump" are words many thought would never be uttered but to the chagrin of many Americans, it turns out "President Hillary Clinton" was the phrase relegated to the pile of "what ifs" in American history.
Upon arriving at the White House, Trump immediately went to work striking down Obama administration policies via executive order. He has signed more executive orders than any other U.S. president since Lyndon B. Johnson.
Trump has also gotten little support from Establishment Republicans, who after having had eight years to craft a new healthcare bill, ultimately failed to assist Trump in fulfilling one of his biggest campaign promises — ending Obamacare.
Ann Coulter, a long-time Trump advocate, has become more vocal about some campaign promises Trump has so-far failed to keep, namely building the wall between the United States and Mexico. It's a big priority for her, as well as millions of Americans who chanted "build the wall" at his many campaign stops. The crowd also cheered and chanted "lock up" Hillary Clinton but Trump disappointed his voting base when right after becoming president, he commented he wasn't "interested" in having her prosecuted.
The first year has been full of ups and downs for both Trump and his voters. The next year will likely reveal more about how difficult and ugly Washington politics can be, which if nothing else has been a positive development in Trump ascending to the presidency.
Watch Dallas-area conservative radio host Mark Davis of 660 AM The Answer discuss with Michael Voris the undeniable and lasting effect Donald Trump has had on American politics on this week's Mic'd Up.