This is the Republican platform.
It was drafted by a committee that includes Trump supporters.
Its primary purpose is to promote the president’s agenda, and it’s being widely shared on social media.
But that platform also includes some interesting policy ideas that are in stark contrast to the agenda put forth by the president.
Some of these ideas are controversial, but most are not.
Here are the most interesting ones.
#Trump agenda The GOP platform is divided into seven major parts: health care, economic policy, foreign policy, education, the environment, and infrastructure.
This may sound like a long list, but here’s the short version: 1.
The GOP promises to provide free, high-quality health insurance to all Americans.
It also pledges to repeal Obamacare.
This is a major departure from the president, who has promised that if elected he’d take “skinny” repeal, which would strip away coverage from millions of people.
The party’s policy platform includes some promising economic policies, including tax cuts, tax cuts for small businesses, and a massive expansion of capital investments.
These policies would provide a massive boost to the economy.
But the GOP platform also pledges a massive shift in the tax system, a move that would make it harder for people to afford health insurance.
It’s worth noting that the GOP’s platform is not a platform for the United States, and the party is not an official party in Congress.
That means that the party has not endorsed Trump or endorsed him’s foreign policy.
But its platform does propose a policy of “strategic patience,” which would allow the United State to maintain its presence in the Middle East while still trying to improve relations with Russia.
The platform says that “schools, colleges, and universities must be places where students can learn, grow, and thrive, regardless of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.”
The platform also says that there is “an urgent need for greater investment in early childhood education.”
The Republicans propose to invest $5 billion to build a “new national marine protected area” to protect coastal areas from climate change.
This proposal is not exactly a “watershed,” but it would still be a major step forward for the environment.
The education platform says the United Nations should have an “education commission” to “strengthen its global leadership role.”
The commission would be tasked with “developing policies that are responsive to the changing needs of students, families, and communities around the world.”
The plan also calls for the creation of a “National Science Education Advisory Council.”
The infrastructure platform is also a significant departure from Trump’s “America First” economic policy.
This platform calls for a national infrastructure plan that would build infrastructure for the economy, while leaving open the question of whether the United Kingdom and Europe should be the main contributors to that plan.
This policy could also lead to a trade war between the United STATES and the European Union, which could be devastating to the global economy.
This new approach to infrastructure could be a step in the right direction, but it’s unclear whether it’s the best approach.
The agenda of the new Republican platform has its roots in the Trump campaign, and while it may not have much in common with Trump’s policy agenda, it is at least more in line with Trump, whose party is now pushing the kind of policies that Trump has advocated.
But unlike the Trump administration, which is trying to be more of a centrist, this platform is more progressive.
Here’s what you need to know about the new GOP’s agenda.
The “America first” plan The platform includes several ideas that support Trump’s economic policies.
They include: Repeal of Obamacare and replace it with a single-payer, Medicare-for-all system, which has been tried in the United states, Canada, Australia, and other countries.
Repeal or replace the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law and replace them with a “comprehensive regulatory reform” bill, which the platform calls “the best reform to rein in runaway Wall Street banks and other financial institutions.”
It also includes a proposal to “create a permanent, one-year delay in the start of new regulatory actions to allow Congress and the courts to assess the impact of new rules before they are implemented.”
It’s unclear how long this delay will last, but Trump has said that he would like to see it ended before the end of the year.
In the new platform, the goal is to reduce the burden on American workers and families, as well as cut regulations in a “balanced way.”
The new plan also promises to expand the safety net and provide support for low-income people.
But these are just ideas.
The plan does not commit to supporting any specific policies to help poor people, or to making it easier for them to afford their health insurance, or even to repealing Obamacare.
Instead, it would