Donald Trump rode a populist wave to the presidency, vowing to roll back government regulations, renegotiate free-trade agreements, repeal the Affordable Care Act, cut taxes and rebuild infrastructure. It's all part of his plan, he says, to accelerate economic growth, revive manufacturing and help the working class. But critics say his policies could ignite a trade war and eventually harm the economy. They also worry about how racial and religious minorities will fare during the next four years. Trump's Cabinet selections are proving controversial as well. Supporters praise them as talented and successful; others see some of them as out-of-touch millionaires and billionaires too closely tied to Wall Street and the industries they are supposed to oversee. Trump's foreign policy team is heavy on military ...

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