In 2016, when the Democrats controlled the House, House Democrats controlled both the White House and the Senate.
Now, Democrats control both the House and Senate.
They have been able to hold the White Trump administration accountable for its actions by passing a slew of legislation that will affect print jobs and the livelihoods of Americans.
But the print industry has been one of the most powerful players in the Trump era.
In the past, print manufacturing has been the engine of the economy.
It was the backbone of the nation’s economy, powering manufacturing, transportation, and housing.
Today, printmaking has largely disappeared as manufacturing jobs have migrated to other sectors.
The reason is simple: Printing is an inherently risky business.
While the cost of printing is very low, there is no guarantee that printing will continue to thrive in the future.
To understand why, it is necessary to take a closer look at how print manufacturing is regulated in the United States.
This is the fourth part of a three-part series on the Trump Presidency.
Read Part One: The Rise and Fall of Printing as the engine that powered America for more than 150 years.
Part Two: The Prints of the Presidency: A Brief History of Print Manufacturing Part Three: The Printing of the World’s Presidents: The Making of Donald Trump Part Four: How Printing is the Key to the Future of America, by John A. Cottam, Jr.