Let’s assume that Trump’s voters elected him as a change agent to “drain the swamp” of status quo political insiders in Washington. This is certainly a prevailing explanation for some or most of his support.
If Trump embraces that mandate, then his first 100 days agenda should be to implement congressional term limits and implement campaign finance reform (and reduce the broader role of special interests’ use of money to affect policies).
This would be a hugely popular and unifying outcome for Americans.
There’s a strong base of Democratic support for the same. After all, Bernie Sanders made huge inroads as an outsider candidate running on a platform of “political revolution” including campaign finance reform.
Really, this is a non-partisan issue. America is tired of its political class. Congressional approval ratings reached a historic low of 12% in the last 2 years. Special-interest money in politics is indisputably influential.
One could even argue that voter opposition to Trump wasn’t over the desire to disrupt the political class’ status quo, but rather his suitability as the agent of change and as a president on the whole.
I could be happy if Trump made this this 100-day agenda.