‘WTF is happening in Washington DC?’: What is the weirdest thing that’s happened since the election?
There is no way to tell how many Americans will take this to heart.
It’s too early to know, for sure, but there is a certain amount of frustration that could be expected.
In the last week alone, President Trump has used the word “pussy,” the word of the day, and he has accused Democrats of “demagoguing” the election.
There’s a general feeling that the election is not about him.
And yet, despite his rhetoric, Trump and the Democrats continue to win elections, often by landslide margins.
Trump is an unpopular figure.
His approval rating is at record lows.
He is under constant criticism from the mainstream media, and the public has a deep mistrust of both the administration and the media itself.
But this is all happening against a backdrop of an unprecedented political climate.
We have a president who is, by most measures, unpopular.
The Republican Party is divided, with Trump supporters and critics of the president at odds.
The Democrats are in the majority, with a majority of voters backing the president, even though he is unpopular.
That’s not exactly a recipe for winning elections.
The most likely outcome of this election will be a Democratic victory.
Trump supporters are also deeply unhappy with the Republican Party, which has been dominated by the right-wing wing.
The president is also unpopular in part because the Democrats are also unpopular.
In a recent poll, 52 percent of Americans said they would not vote for the Democratic nominee, and a majority said they are “somewhat” or “very” concerned about the direction of the country.
The poll also found that, despite their unpopularity, the president and Democrats are viewed as the most competent of any two political parties.
Democrats have not won a single legislative race in a decade.
It would be an accomplishment if they did, but they have not been able to pull it off.
Democrats’ problems on the campaign trail will be amplified as voters see the results of their own votes.
If Democrats win the presidency, the party will face unprecedented levels of scrutiny from the media.
If Trump loses, that will have even more serious consequences.
A number of Democrats will have to be forced out of office.
This will not happen overnight.
But the election will come down to a few key issues, and there are some significant ones that are likely to be contested.
The first issue will be how many seats will Democrats take from Republicans.
Republicans currently hold the majority in the House, the Senate, and all of the governorships in the country, and Democrats will likely be able to hold those seats without losing any.
Republicans are hoping to keep control of the Senate and the White House.
The Democratic nominee will likely have to win a runoff election, which is a special election in which the two candidates who are closest to the popular vote split the vote.
In other words, a runoff is a very close race, and many states will hold special elections on Tuesday.
But if the two top candidates are tied, it’s likely that the first round will be decided by the winner of the runoff election.
Democrats will need to win all of these races to win control of both chambers.
The second issue is the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court.
This is the biggest decision of the next 100 years.
The Supreme Court is split on the issue of abortion rights, and its current justices will be on the court for years.
A conservative majority will likely overturn Roe v.
Wade, while a liberal majority will be able take a much broader stance on the case.
This issue is likely to get very political, with Democrats fighting over the future of abortion access and the future viability of Roe.
It will also be a significant election issue.
If there is one issue that will define this election, it will be who wins control of Congress.
Democrats could win control without losing control of either the House or Senate, which would be the most likely scenario.
Republicans would need to gain a number of seats in the Senate to get to 50.
This would leave the party with control of just two chambers, and Republicans would be able, in theory, to use the Senate as a check on Democrats’ power in the next Congress.
The third issue is money.
The election is expected to generate a lot of cash for the candidates and parties.
That will create a lot more political opportunities for the political class, as well as for lobbyists and big-money donors.
The next issue is that of immigration.
In 2016, Republicans made a promise to reform the immigration system, and it’s a promise that the Trump administration is likely still making.
It has already pledged to deport tens of thousands of immigrants, which means that there will be many more people who will be released in the months ahead.
The issue of the future status of millions of undocumented immigrants will be one of the most contentious in the election, and this is likely the biggest issue that is likely not to be resolved.
This election will determine whether the country continues