What’s hot, what’s not in the Week of President Trump?

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Happy six months in the White House, President Trump.

In true '45' style, he's been staying busy, and we at NewsFix wanted to look at the Week in Trump.

What was hot, and what was not?

We start with the stocks. For the 41st time since the election in November, the Dow Jones hit a record high, this time touching 21,553.09 on Thursday. The business world's confidence is soaring for the businessman president, and Trump took notice.

That same tweet leads us into the biggest 'Not' of his week, the latest chapter in the Russia Saga. Donald Trump, Jr. continues to face scrutiny for taking a meeting last June with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have incriminating info about Hillary Clinton.

The day after that information was released, Junior's lawyer got a $50,000 check from Trump's campaign finances.

Congrats, Trump donors. Guess you got the honor of picking up the check on that one!

What else is hot?

We're still making jobs! 222,000 is the estimate this past month, and we're averaging 180,000 new jobs per month since Trump took office. That's on par with last year's 187,000/month average.

(Courtesy: ABC/Washington Post)

And what's not?

The president's standing among the public. His 36 percent approval rating six months in is the lowest ever for any President of the United States at that mile marker.

If you haven't figured it out yet, America, it's going to be a wild ride! Buckle up!