If nothing else, in six month, President Trump “has taught us to live in a state of perpetual chaos and continuous crisis.”
If nothing else, in six month, President Trump “has taught us to live in a state of perpetual chaos and continuous crisis.” Associated Press
If nothing else, in six month, President Trump “has taught us to live in a state of perpetual chaos and continuous crisis.” Associated Press

Who cares what’s wrong with Donald Trump? What’s wrong with us?

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