Caught between an angry electorate and the Trump administration: A look at the political fallout from Trump’s election

Posted February 15, 2021 07:14:08An election that has been described as a “coup d’etat” in the United States and an election that could see the death of an American president is about to get a whole lot more interesting.

The first major challenge the US has faced since the 2016 election will come when Donald Trump and his administration try to enact the kind of changes that they campaigned on, as they try to reshape American politics for the next 10 years.

The president and the Republican-led Congress are unlikely to find a deal to fix the health care system, but the president is trying to change the way things are done in the federal government, to some degree.

And the president’s own cabinet members are working hard to reshore their roles in the executive branch.

The Trump administration is also going to be dealing with the aftermath of a number of controversies and controversies.

They include a scandal over former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s connections to Turkey; the president has blamed the media for a number, and the Senate is investigating them.

The biggest challenge is going to come from the president himself, who is going in the wake of the election with an angry, frustrated and frustrated public.

There are also a number who will try to undermine the administration.

The US political system is largely composed of those who are elected to office.

But it also includes those who have not been elected, or who have resigned from office, and those who were never elected.

So it’s going to create a lot of political instability, whether it’s the president or the Congress or both.

I think that the American public has seen the kind, but not the scale, of the damage that the presidency can do.

The White House and the Democratic Party are working to try to avoid the worst of it, by focusing on a number things, including the tax plan that Trump has put forward.

But it’s also going be very interesting to see how Trump is able to govern as he seeks to govern and how the political situation evolves after the inauguration.

There’s been a lot talk about how this presidency could lead to a Republican takeover of Congress, but there’s also a lot that has not been talked about.

What will be the impact of this presidency?

And what is the political landscape going to look like 10 years from now?

So I think that’s what we’re going to have to do over the next year, with a lot more discussion, and it’s really important to get it out there.

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