(The Washington Post)
(The Washington Post)

Trump rolled back more than 125 environmental safeguards. Here’s how.

President Trump has weakened or wiped out more than 125 rules and policies aimed at protecting the nation’s air, water and land since taking office, with nearly 40 more rollbacks underway, according to a Washington Post analysis.

How Trump learned to embrace the executive order, which he once called an ‘easy way out’

The president’s actions bypassing Congress have mixed populism, boosterism and a conservative policy agenda that may outlast him.

Trump put up walls to immigrants, with stinging rhetoric and barriers made of steel and regulation

The measures have been large and small, sweeping and narrow, legal and physical.

How Trump waged war on his own government

Career employees have come under siege as a president and his political appointees have attacked bureaucrats they view as resistant.

Trump’s conservative imprint on the federal judiciary gives Democrats a playbook — if they win

The president’s first-term judicial legacy, primarily engineered by Sen. Mitch McConnell and his singular focus on the courts, culminates Monday with the expected confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

How Trump abandoned his pledge to ‘drain the swamp’

A Washington Post review found that the president has largely failed to fulfill the pledges he made in 2016 to curtail the influence of lobbyists and special interests in Washington.

Tumult at home, ailing alliances abroad: Why Trump’s America has been a ‘gift’ to Putin

Over the past four years, the Russian president has succeeded in growing his nation’s influence at America’s expense.

Spin, hyperbole and deception: How Trump claimed credit for an Obama veterans achievement

President Trump has told mistruths about the 2014 VA Choice Act more than 156 times, seeking to deny the contributions of rivals including Barack Obama and John McCain.

Allegations of racism have marked Trump’s presidency and become key issue as election nears

The president compares himself to Lincoln but critics say he has pursued policies that have harmed people of color and imperiled civil rights while using the bully pulpit for race-baiting.

Trump promised to bring China to heel. He didn’t and the result is a pitched conflict between the world’s two major powers.

Aides say the president is standing up to Beijing. But critics warn he’s created a dangerously tense relationship born out of a chaotic and undisciplined style that has defined many aspects of his presidency.