Trump's presidency so far, in charts

Story highlights

  • Trump's administration is reshaping the direction and tenor of the government
  • Saturday is the one-year anniversary of Trump's presidency

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump entered the White House promising to change Washington, undo key accomplishments of his predecessor and realign the US approach to the international community and treatment of immigrants.

Despite a historically controversial tenure and major staff shakeups, the Trump administration is reshaping the direction and tenor of the federal government.
Here's a list of charts to show what has happened on a few key fronts:

    Replacing Obamacare

    Republicans vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, from its inception. They spent much of Trump's first year in power trying to do so, and although they have chipped away at major pillars of Obamacare, the law remains on the books.

    Tax reform

    The newly minted tax law shells out major tax cuts and restructures the federal tax system, with analysis of the plan showing benefits skewed for top earners and corporations.

    Percent change in after-tax

    income of the Conference

    Agreement for the Tax Cuts

    and Jobs Act

    By expanded cash income percentile

    2018

    2025

    2027

    Lowest

    Quintile

    Second

    Quintile

    Middle

    Quintile

    Fourth

    Quintile

    Top

    Quintile

    Top 1

    Percent

    0.5%

    -0.5%

    1.5%

    2.5%