After Donald Trump was elected US president, everyone's obvious next question is what happens when he actually takes office. A plan released in mid-October gives some indication. To get a better sense of what will happen, NPR has fact-checked it.
The fact-check from NPR, which you can read at the source link below in its entirety, highlights different elements of Trump's plans and what it would take to accomplish them. While it seems like the President has all the power, he still needs approval from Congress in order to do some things. Others, like constitutional amendments, not only require Congress's help, but also approval from the states. The fact-check is excellent background if you're looking for information on what can happen and what's less likely to happen in 2017.