When Trump was elected to the White House, there were two things that were sure to make his job easier.
First, the United States was an international trade power, a nation with a thriving economy and a booming economy.
Second, Trump was a billionaire, making him the wealthiest American politician in history.
He had made it clear that he would not bow to the political whims of those in power.
He would go to bat for the workers, the poor, the immigrants, the marginalized, the downtrodden and the working-class.
He believed that American workers deserved the same rights and protections as other citizens.
This was the Donald Trump who, just two months into his presidency, declared that his economic plan was “America first.”
It is hard to imagine that the billionaire would be less than thrilled about having to defend his economic policies.
But, he would be equally upset if his policies did not meet the standards set by his supporters, or the expectations of voters.
The Trump presidency has been defined by the political polarization it has fostered, and the attacks it has generated.
As a result, it has been an incredibly stressful time for a lot of people.
The president has taken an aggressive position on immigration, but also on other issues, like the border wall, his travel ban and his policies on trade and trade deficits.
These issues are not new to the president.
He has long been known for his strong positions on both sides of the aisle, and he has been far more outspoken than he was during the campaign.
His presidency has not been without its share of controversy.
Some of the most notable controversies have been over his response to the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and his response when the New York City mayor, Bill de Blasio, announced his resignation in the wake of the deadly shooting.
There have also been calls for the president to resign over his decision to keep up with his Twitter habit, which has been criticized for fostering a false sense of patriotism.
And then there are the more recent controversies, including the president’s decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military, and allegations of sexual assault.
Many of these controversies have taken place in the context of Trump’s increasingly personal and public attacks on journalists and others who have dared to report on his administration.
Many journalists have also faced a growing sense of fear.
The media has faced intense pressure from Trump and his allies in recent months.
It has become clear that the administration’s attacks on the media are not just being used to attack the media but to intimidate journalists and journalists’ sources.
This is especially true since the White Nationalist website Breitbart has had its news and information pages taken offline by the Trump administration.
It is no coincidence that the White Department is now facing a crisis over its handling of the leaks from former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, which have led to his resignation.
It was not long after the Trump presidency began that Trump made his first campaign announcement in a public speech.
This speech was largely devoted to his campaign promises and to his support of a candidate who had the support of both the Republican establishment and the media.
Trump promised to make America great again, to put a lot more people back to work, to get rid of the federal government and to build a wall along the border with Mexico.
He also promised to bring back the Gold Star family, a former American POW who had been held by the Russians in North Korea.
He promised to end all trade deals with countries like China and Iran, and to end the use of foreign workers in the United State.
He said that if he were elected president, he will appoint justices that will overturn the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in the country.
He made it very clear that this was not a populist campaign.
Trump said, in his campaign, that he will make America rich again.
He called on the working class to help him win the election, and then promised to “make America great.”
The most recent revelations about the president are not limited to his private remarks.
The White House has been dealing with the fallout from the release of the so-called “Access Hollywood” tapes.
These tapes showed Trump bragging about sexual assault and making disparaging comments about women, which he has repeatedly denied.
These revelations have sparked outrage from the American public, especially among the LGBTQ community, who have been disproportionately targeted in the sexual assault scandal.
The issue of sexual harassment in the workplace has been a contentious issue in the Trump era.
This has led to many people calling for the resignation of President Trump, or for his impeachment.
But these calls are not as widespread as some would have you believe.
It may seem like Trump has gone completely rogue.
His behavior is being questioned, and it may be time to call it what it really is, a political assassination.
The reality is that Trump is not in control of his behavior.
His political opponents and the liberal media have