Donald Trump, bad news for America?

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Illustrated by Sebastian Becerra

Illustrated by Sebastian Becerra

Illustrated by Sebastian Becerra

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The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, has yet another controversial bump in his path. Since June of last year, the FBI held the secret of a possibility of Russia aiding Donald Trump in winning the election.

The issue was brought to light by FBI Director James Comey during the hearings before the House Intelligence Committee when the Russian president himself Vladimir Putin has denied the allegations. Trump also claimed that ex-president Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Towers, but in typical Trump fashion, he has no proof, and the assertion was refuted by James Comey, March 20, in real time.

Representative of California Devin Nuñes stunningly announced that he was given information by a pair of White House officials that intelligence reports showed President Trump and his associates were incidentally swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies.

There are two points-of-view when it comes to Donald Trump. Those who support, and those who oppose. Supporters back up Trump, however, just like their hero, they have no proof. Opponents believe he is glued to controversy such as the Russian hacker issue, and rightfully so. President Trump has had many opportunities to address the Russia wiretapping, and  healthcare bill issues, but opts to continue to do campaign type rallies, where all he does is talk the talk, but he isn’t doing the walk.

His healthcare bill loss March 27, may pretty much showcase how the rest of his hopefully brief presidency will play out. After the loss, Trump and his team have two options and those are either to unify the Republican Party on these issues or, what Trump may hate most, work with the Democrats and it’s a wonder if Trump will play ball.  Many wonder if President Trump can bounce back and many don’t want him to.

Many hope that he will just be impeached. Even though Trump is probably the last person one wants running the country, he must have a chance, because, like it or not, as he told Time Magazine March 24, he’s the President and we are not.

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