How Trump is destroying his own party

President Donald Trump is trying to kill his own Republican Party, and he’s doing so through a combination of executive orders, executive orders on immigration, and the Supreme Court.

He has issued more than 50 executive orders since taking office in January, according to The Washington Post, with an executive order signed in June that blocked the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

His Supreme Court nominees have been the biggest threats, with the most high profile of which is Justice Neil Gorsuch.

He’s a Trump favorite and one who will likely get confirmed, but he also has many of his colleagues in the Republican Party unhappy with the President.

The GOP has an 8-6 majority in the Senate, and with Democrats in the minority, the Senate is set to remain a Republican stronghold.

President Trump’s agenda is set up to create a Republican majority.

And as his agenda is built on a platform of building a wall and deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants, he will only make things worse.

The President’s legacy will not be one of his presidency.

Instead, he has set his own agenda and made it far more toxic to the Republican party.

What does this mean for the 2018 midterm elections?

If President Trump can get his agenda passed through Congress and then make it to the Supreme Courts, he’ll likely win reelection in 2020.

But the Republicans in Congress will have a tough time passing their agenda.

Republicans need the approval of 60 percent of voters in order to pass legislation through Congress.

If Democrats can gain the support of 40 percent of Americans, the GOP could easily win back the House of Representatives in the 2018 elections.

The Supreme Court will be a key battleground in 2020, and President Trump is playing the race card.

The court will decide whether or not the President can impose new restrictions on immigration.

He can use the Supreme.

Court to block federal funding of Planned Parenthood and Planned Parenthood affiliates that perform abortions.

The Court could also allow the President to ban abortion altogether and overturn Roe v.


President Donald Trumps Supreme Court picks have been a major part of the President’s efforts to dismantle the Republican majority in Congress and replace it with a Democratic majority.

His nominees are also expected to be a major factor in the Supreme court race.

The Trump administration has been attacking the Democratic Party, calling the party the “Party of Pelosi and Schumer” and the Democrats the “Dems of Doom.”

But President Trump also continues to work with his party, saying he believes his party is the “party of Lincoln” and said the GOP has been “getting to be too good at this.”

The President also said that the Democrats are trying to take away his voters, and that he thinks the Republicans are “getting in the way of what we need to do.”

He’s doing it by appointing justices who will vote in his favor.

If Trump’s Supreme Court appointments prove to be the difference in 2018, then the Republican base will be devastated and President Trumps policies will be undone.

If the court does overturn his actions, the Republican House will have lost control of Congress for the first time in more than a century.

This will be the second midterm election in the Presidents second term in office.

In 2016, President Donald J. Trump lost the presidential election to Democrat Hillary Clinton.

President Trimes election was plagued with problems, including widespread voter fraud and the FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

This time, it will be harder to take back control of the Senate and it will also be more difficult to pass a major legislative agenda.

If Republicans don’t pass their agenda in the next few years, they will lose the House, Senate, the White House, and a lot of control over the economy.

It will be tough to get the President back in office in 2018.

But, in 2018 the Republican congressional majority will be gone.

The 2018 midterm election will likely determine whether or a new Republican majority can be built for the next four years.

The president will likely face a tough re-election campaign, but Republicans can still pick up seats in 2018 and regain control of both the House and Senate.

What do you think?

What’s next for President Trump?

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