Donald Trump has used his executive powers to fulfill many campaign promises. However, the President had failed to influence the Congress to act on most of his agenda.Trump vowed to continue his fight against dreamers if lawmakers do not agree on his priorities.

One of his campaign promises includes funding a U. S. -Mexico border wall.Many of trumps deals are yet to materialize like health insurance affordability and the current status of "dreamers." Cecilia Muñoz, an immigrant rights advocate, said it's not smart to create a crisis, then hopes Congress responds.

Trump used executive power on stalled agenda

Many lawmakers have criticized Donald Trump, stating that he had used Executive Power as a weapon against Congress for stalling his agenda. Trump had earlier accused ex-President Barack Obama of similar tactics.The President use of executive power includes the NAFTA re-negotiation deal. It also consists of a proposed rule that would repeal regulations aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. power plants.

The White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said Trump had campaigned to boost the US economy. But Trump’s critics said he had only dismantled Obama’s initiatives without creating more suitable replacements.

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy (Dem) accused him of his action on health care without any study.Several Analysts had stated that ending subsidies for insurance buyers under Obamacare is irresponsible.

Trump announced last month that he would stop the Obama-era program that shields dreamers from deportation.More than 30,000 dreamers have failed to renew their status, which may lead to expulsion from the USA.

Is the US President destroying America's credibility?

Trump's decisions to pull the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Paris climate accord were not well received.However, his supporters said his actions are consistent with the “America First” vision.

But critics argue that Trump is risking U.S. credibility, making future deals more difficult.

President Trump creates uncertainty for national security stated Wendy Sherman, the former undersecretary for political affairs.

Simon Rosenberg, the founder of NDN, said Trump had sent a blow to the global order and displayed signs of instability. Rosenberg concludes that Republicans may defend his actions, but, history will decide on whether he made America a stronger and a better place.