Honestly, I'm not personally inclined to support Trump because his rhetoric and misinformation tactics rub me the wrong the way, but I make a point to consume centered media as often as I can and I genuinely don't tend to hear much about any "good" Trump has done for the country while in office. Trump supporters that I talk to say this is because "the media is against/attacking Trump," and while and I can concede that maybe NPR isn't as centered as I thought, I think it may also be because he makes a good headline.
I think if I knew more about his policy, I might have a more nuanced/less emotionally charged view of him, which is very valuable to me. I honestly don't know how else to attempt to inform myself about this unbiasedly because of how politically/emotionally charged it can get.
Is the media underreporting Trump's success? or I am just listening to/reading left leaning media without knowing (NPR, Bloomberg, BBC Global)?
I would appreciate some bullet points about his economic policy, social reform, and foreign policy, but add anything you think is important. I intent to use this as a jumpstart for further research.