While President Trump is celebrating his win on tax reform at Mar-a-Lago, everyone else is wondering what policy he will take on next. Despite his recent success, divisions within the GOP could make it hard for the president to get another major legislative win in the new year. Eric Levitz, Associate Editor at New York Magazine's Daily Intelligencer, takes a look at President Trump's chances. Levitz says that, unless the president's approval ratings improve, it is unlikely he will be able to push through more major policy proposals. Infrastructure and DACA are likely to be two of the issues on Congress's agenda in 2018. Both issues could draw in votes across the aisle, depending on the legislative proposal, but it'll require President Trump to work with Democrats to craft legislation.

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