Trump’s Inauguration is Here. Are You Ready? Toroption 18.01.2017 Ready or not here comes Donald Trump’s inauguration. In just two days, come Friday, January 20 President elect Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Trump’s inauguration will officially mark the start of a new political and diplomatic era, something that many in the U.S. and abroad were not expecting. To cap it all off, according to yesterday’s CNN poll, the president elect has an approval rating of just 40 percent and a whopping disapproval rating of 52 percent. Trump’s inauguration approval rating is sharply lower than any incoming US president in modern history. Rocky transition period Chaotic and unorthodox are two good words to describe the transition leading to Trump’s inauguration is. Since his election there have been questions over conflicts of interests, controversial cabinet appointments, feuds with the media, unconfirmed accusations that Russia interfered with the election process, and ties to Vladimir Putin How will the U.S. economy fare? Americans are sharply divided about whether President elect Trump’s policies will lead the country in the right direction. In the same CNN poll 48 percent of the participants indicated that Trump’s policies will bode well for the U.S. while 49 percent stated that they will not. However, to most Americans it is his economic policies that are what’s most important. A number of leading economists believe that Trump’s economic policies has the potential to get the economy growing to a maintainable three percent annual rate compared to the dismal 1.8 percent rate. Although the exact details of his economic policies continue to remain broadly unknown, a blend of regulatory reforms, wide-based tax reform, infrastructure and increased military spending has the ability to boost the economy. Job growth can cure all Without a doubt job growth is what will win over some of Trump’s most ardent skeptics and further validate those who elected him. As Trump’s inauguration draws closer companies such as Walmart stated that it will create over 10,000 U.S. jobs this year. Others looking to fend off public criticism from the Trump administration concerning U.S. job losses reversed their plans and decided keep manufacturing on U.S. soil. Additionally, General Motors is widely expected to announce that it will invest over $1 billion across a number of U.S. factories. With all of the craziness that is surrounding Trump’s inauguration it is natural for people around the world to feel apprehensive. Will Trump prove the skeptics wrong? Ready or not, here he comes.