Anyway, here's my list. Renegotiating trade deals by using tariffs and other tactics, dropped the US out of the paris accord, tax cuts, loosening restrictions on harvesting natural resources/approving pipelines, being tougher on illegal immigration, got NK to release american prisoners and pipes down for nothing but some tweets and a meeting, moved US embassy to Jerusalem, already chose one supreme court justice.. about to choose another, removed individual mandate of obama care, signs right to try drug bill, strengthens work requirements for welfare, unemployment fell to lowest level in 18 years, black unemployment fell under 6% for the first time ever, economic growth is great. Best of yet, Trump is a master at trolling the left into hysteria and being honest for a change.
So apparently I missed this since the list itself wasn't in list form and I rolled my eyes way too hard at the prior paragraph.
Renegotiating trade deals. How have trade deals been renegotiated? Is this a work in progress or do you view tariffs on Chinese imports and American exports as an overall good thing?
Dropped US out of the Paris accord - No country is able to back out of the accord until 2020. US is still in agreement with that accord.
Tax cuts - If you like the super wealthy hording their money rather than it being spent on the poor, sick, and afflicted in the country as well as the deficit ballooning way back up due to a decrease in revenue then not much to say here.
Loosening restrictions on harvesting natural resources - Fair enough. Some people like nature. Some people don't.
Being tougher on illegal immigration - Rate of deportations has actually decreased under Trump. The difference is that under Obama you had to actually have violent criminal offenses to be deported. https://www.usnews.com/news/data-mine/articles/2018-03-13/fewer-crossing-border-fewer-deported-immigration-under-trump
Moved US embassy to Jerusalem - Can you elaborate as to why you feel it's a good thing? The capital of Israel is Tel Aviv. Embassy seats are typically in the nation's capital.
Got NK to release prisoners - Good stuff. No different than what happened under Obama: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_foreign_nationals_detained_in_North_Korea
Already chose one Supreme Court justice - There's no sort of positive trait there. That's a stipulation of the job.
Remove individual mandate of ACA - Yep, and insurance premiums are going to skyrocket even moreso because of it. Individual mandate was originally argued for by the Heritage Foundation. I'll just quote Stuart Butler, a head of the The Heritage Foundation for 30 years: "I held the view that as a technical matter, some form of requirement to purchase insurance was needed in a near-universal insurance market to avoid massive instability through "adverse selection" (insurers avoiding bad risks and healthy people declining coverage). My view was shared at the time by many conservative experts, including American Enterprise Institute (AEI) scholars, as well as most non-conservative analysts. Even libertarian-conservative icon Milton Friedman, in a 1991 Wall Street Journal article, advocated replacing Medicare and Medicaid "with a requirement that every U.S. family unit have a major medical insurance policy."
Right to Drug Bill - A waste of money on drug tests. But if you like wasting money that's up to you.
Strengthens work requirements for welfare - You're going to have to elaborate on this one. My Google-fu has found nothing that the Trump has done regarding this. There were attempts to do something nationally about it in a farm bill but it was stripped from the bill in order to pass the Senate.
Unemployment fell - Yep, it fell a whopping .8% compared to Trump's start in office. Not bad, but still nothing compared to Obama's 3% (or 5% if measured from its peak)
Economic growth is great - It's about at the same pace as when he started. For instance the most recent released GDP on a trailing 4-quarters basis has matched 2015. In other words, it's good, but it's just continuing what had already been going.
So from what I can see, you like rich people hoarding their money, you dislike nature, you have no sympathy or empathy for the poor and less fortunate, and you like that insurance premiums are going to go way up, and you like that people and businesses are paying more for Chinese imports and that US exports are being similarly taxed in China leading to a loss of a big trading partner for many businesses.
Alright, if those are things that you like, then you're opinion is at least well-founded.