Everything Trump said he stood for turned out to be a lie. Trump is a President who stands against the people and everything this country stands for.
Has Trump kept his promises? Chris and the panel take a look at Trump's promises to see if he's lived up to campaign pledges. Duration: 7:50
Trump said he was President of the people when all his attacks - just on the NFL - proves he isn't;
Clearly Trump doesn't stand for the people on Medicare, Social Security and children on food stamps etc. (i.e. the not-rich Americans), who he has clearly consigned to death;
Donald Trump’s Budget Breaks These 7 Campaign Promises
Rule of Law and the Constitution - which this country was founded on and made it great - is exactly what hinders Trump in getting what he wants most. Absolute power to do what he wants like a dictator with no one questioning him with pesky things like Law and the Constitution;
Trump fails to keep proper distance from Justice Department Former Attorney General Eric Holder talks with Rachel Maddow about the necessity of a wall between the Department of Justice and the president and the risk Donald Trump takes by ignoring that particular tenet of American government. Duration: 6:03
Basically Trump is a "president" who has no idea what democracy or being American is all about. He came in expecting to be a dictator and to this day he complains of not getting his way like a dictator. He's not an American in any shape, way or form EXCEPT by an accident of birth. He would be more at home as Putin or another Russian Oligarch than an American President.
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Donald Trump says something that isn't true 5.5 times a day. Every day.