Trump's first month
Today, President's Day, marks the first full month of service for the Trump Administration. It is fair to say it is not the 45th's day as protestors continue to reject the legitamacy of his reign with rallies happeing in various parts of the country. This first month can best be described as tumultuous as errors and strong arm politics continue to rise out of Washington. Mr. Trump has also pivoted form a frienldy relationship with the media that heloed get him elected to making prejorative taunts about the media being a threat to the nation. All the while, the Trump White House has been a source of content to SNL every Saturday causing the president ot ask that the comeday program backs down.
The rejection is not just at home.
World leaders have by far taken their jobs more seriously than Donald Trump. As such, the British Parliament is currently contemplating whether they should invite him to their country. Coming from behind Trump's shadow, this weekend in Munich at the NATO Summit, VP Pence demonstrated how he could be an asset to the Trump Adminstration on the international stage. Pence assured allies they have the support of the United States after Trump had previously degrade the organization as "obsolete." The president questioned the value many countries offer the U.S.