The first thing to know about Donald Trump: He’s the most unpopular president in U.S. history.
The next thing to learn about Donald J. Trump: You have to be a Republican to love him.
That’s a fact, and it’s one of the main reasons he’s still in the White House, and why Republicans are still fighting to remove him from office.
But there’s one key fact that almost no one seems to grasp: The guy who ran the most divisive campaign in U and American history is still running it.
The fact that Trump has defied gravity is a big reason why he is still president.
It’s also why Republicans in Congress have spent years trying to remove the president.
In a way, the GOP is taking a moral high ground, trying to use the power of their office to bring him down.
In fact, they’re trying to force him to step down.
This story is part of a special coverage of the Trump presidency, from the moment of his inauguration to the latest developments in the Trump-Russia investigation.
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For most Americans, Trump is the kind of president who you’d expect to get a little flack for doing a lot of things, like firing people.
But for Trump supporters, that’s just the kinder way of saying: “You know what?
He doesn’t care about you.”
Trump’s popularity, and the reason he’s been in power, is because his actions have gotten the country in trouble.
It is an unpopular president, and not just because he is perceived to be bad for the country.
The first problem with Trump’s presidency is that he has a record of misbehavior.
The biggest story of Trump’s first six months is his firing of James Comey, the FBI director who was investigating Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
This is the same man who was widely praised for investigating the Clintons’ finances and Bill Clinton’s relationship with a Russian mobster.
The White House has blamed the firing on Comey’s handling of the Clinton investigation.
That was the first time in the president’s career that he fired someone who had investigated his campaign and the president himself.
He did so to cover up the fact that the FBI had not completed a criminal investigation into the Clinton campaign’s dealings with Russia.
The president has also had numerous conflicts of interest, and he has shown little concern for the public interest.
That means that his presidency has been a farcical mess.
There is no doubt that Trump and his administration have committed numerous crimes.
But his presidency, the one that was supposed to bring the United States together, has been far from a success.
The latest example is his effort to force his political opponents to release their tax returns.
He’s done this to prevent them from running for office.
That is the least popular thing that he’s done.
And yet, there’s a growing movement to make sure he doesn’t get to keep his job.
The problem is that his critics are using his administration as a political football.
It doesn’t matter if he did it to get the election or because he’s a bad person.
He can’t do it both ways.
The most important question of all is: Will Americans stand with Donald Trump or with the Republican Party, which is supposed to be his party?
The answer is: Probably not.
Trump’s policies have hurt the people of his country, including people like Comey.
His policies have made it harder for people to make ends meet.
Trump also made it tougher for people in other countries to buy American products, even if they wanted to.
The Republican Party is a populist movement.
The party believes that the government should do everything for you and your families.
They don’t like the federal government, and they don’t think it’s helping them.
That doesn’t mean they won’t fight for what they believe in.
But it does mean they’ll be prepared to fight for it, as long as it doesn’t involve punishing people for the choices they made.
The Republicans have been doing that, for decades, in their fight to make American businesses more productive.
This election cycle has changed all that.
There’s an incredible opportunity to put the Republican agenda into practice.
That includes repealing Obamacare and ending subsidies for millions of Americans.
That will help people get back on their feet, while keeping out the worst of the tax cuts for the rich.
It will also make it easier for businesses to expand and hire more workers.
But Republicans have also promised to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s health care law, which has been hugely unpopular with the American people.
The ACA has been an unmitigated disaster for most people.
For many Americans, the law is an utter disaster.
They know it, and Republicans have spent months attacking it, trying unsuccessfully to undermine it.
And now the GOP will have an even bigger opportunity to repeal it.
That could help put the