The end of Donald Trump’s presidency is here.
The president was impeached, and the country lost its last remaining commander-in-chief.
In a time when the country needs a new leader, the president is going to need someone to carry the torch.
Here are five reasons why Trump will need someone new in 2018: 1.
He has a problem: While the country was in mourning following the death of Trump’s father, George W. Bush, on Tuesday, a new era of political polarization began to take shape.
Trump’s political allies were not only celebrating his removal from office, but also his coronation as president.
Trump had been a fixture of conservative politics since his 1980 primary campaign, and his political persona was more in line with conservative orthodoxy than the liberal politics of Bill Clinton.
He was also perceived as a man of the people.
In his campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” Trump promised to rebuild the country and reverse the decline of the country’s middle class.
Yet the country remained divided by race and class.
Even Trump’s loyalists, like former chief strategist Steve Bannon, were frustrated by the president’s policies, such as building the wall and cracking down on illegal immigration.
He also came under fire for his treatment of minorities and his campaign’s apparent embrace of white supremacists.
Trump was criticized for not embracing his most ardent supporters, like those in his inner circle and those who helped him run for office.
Now, he will have to find someone who will be willing to embrace his supporters while also being willing to stand up for those who do not.
He’s been in power for less than two years: Trump has not been in office for more than two full years, and he has had his share of problems, including a massive FBI investigation and a Supreme Court decision that could make him the most unpopular president in modern American history.
Trump may have a long way to go before he can take the country back to a time of prosperity and hope, but his presidency is over.
The country has moved on, and so will he.
Trump will be forced to navigate a complicated period in his presidency.
He doesn’t have any friends: While Trump has many enemies, he has none that have been as successful as his allies and critics.
In fact, Trump has made his enemies more successful than he has.
Trump has had a tough time with the press, and has repeatedly denied he had any connections to Russia or any ties to any Russian entities.
He continues to be criticized for his ties to Russian oligarchs, his business dealings with the Russian government, and for his own personal conduct.
While the president did have a few good friends during the campaign, his allies have had less success.
Trump, on the other hand, has been friends with some of his greatest allies and enemies, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former New Jersey Gov.
Christine Todd Whitman, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and former Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus.
His closest allies and detractors, meanwhile, have been Trump’s most ardent critics and his most loyal supporters.
The Trump era is now over, but he’s not going anywhere.
He will have a very long way in front of him: Trump will face numerous challenges and challenges to his legacy as he runs for reelection.
While he may have won the presidency by a narrow margin, the country has a lot to be proud of.
The economy has bounced back from the economic crisis of 2008-09.
The United States has seen its best jobs numbers in nearly a decade, and job creation and wage growth have been outpacing the national unemployment rate for four straight years.
There has been an enormous amount of new investment in infrastructure and other infrastructure projects that were not undertaken before.
The job market has improved, with many new companies creating jobs in sectors that were previously unappreciated.
Americans are finally starting to believe that we have a future as a country.
In 2018, Americans will decide who will carry the mantle of this new America.
He won’t be able to run the country forever: Despite all of the problems that he has faced and the obstacles he faces, the future of the United States will not be decided by the presidency of Donald J. Trump.
In order to lead the country into the new century, the United Nations will have the responsibility of defining the parameters of a multipolar world order.
The world will need a leader who will uphold the values and the ideals of global human rights, who will work with allies, and who will stand up to those who are hostile to them.
In the end, Trump will have only one option: He will face the voters and run for reelection in 2020.
But the next four years will be the first time in history that America will be able see a new president in the White House for a very, very long time.