When historians look back on Donald Trump’s presidency, they are not likely to look back kindly. There have been few signatures accomplishments, other than a tax cut for the very wealthy. And, of course, more than 225,000 people have died from an illness he did little to combat.
A week ago today, Donald Trump was being helicoptered over to Walter Reed Hospital. Ever since, the president, his administration and his doctor have been trying to downplay how sick he really is.
And with his poll numbers in absolute free-fall, Trump is itching to get back on the campaign trail. And he will do so in Florida this coming Monday.
According to Birmingham News reporter Connor Sheets, a second person wearing a Moore sticker "verbally assaulted" another cameraman.
Within the span of about a week, the President of the United States will have endorsed white supremacists and announced that he's pardoning a man who racially profiled Latinos.
This president can continue to hold campaign rallies and convince himself that those who show up actually represent the vast majority of the country, but they don't.
Trump was met with huge crowds of protesters voicing their opposition to his visit to Nashville and his dangerous agenda.