‘Cancelling’ a Trump trip: How the media and the political system have been in lockstep

The first thing to know about Trump is that he’s an asshole.

He loves to say that he is not a bigot, that he wants to bring people together, and that his administration will do everything it can to “make America great again.”

But if you look closely, Trump does not think the people who support him are really all that great, either.

Trump believes that the press is the enemy, that it is the “enemy of the people,” and that it has a bias that harms America.

And he believes that everyone should listen to the media, and not let it “destroy” their country.

It’s not a surprise that Trump has been spending the last two months talking about how great the United States is and how we’re going to make it great again.

In his first 100 days, Trump has already begun making America great by dismantling the Affordable Care Act.

He has also begun dismantling many of the protections and safeguards that have been put in place to keep us safe.

And the Trump administration is not stopping there.

He’s also done much to dismantle environmental protections, which he believes are in the best interests of the American people.

The United States has been at the forefront of fighting climate change for the past five decades, and Trump has made climate change a major theme in his presidency.

The new President has already been working to undo Obama-era policies that protect millions of Americans from the effects of climate change.

In 2018, Trump signed an executive order that repealed an Obama-created rule that had protected some coal miners and ensured that they could get clean water and other clean-energy jobs.

Trump has also signed executive orders to roll back the Clean Power Plan, which required utilities to reduce carbon pollution and boost renewable energy, and he’s directed the Environmental Protection Agency to cut the Clean Water Rule, which protects streams and wetlands.

Trump also has made repealing the Affordable Health Care Act, which provides health insurance to millions of people and gave them access to affordable, quality health care, a top priority.

He signed an order that reversed the Obama administration’s decision to require insurers to cover abortion-related services.

He also has taken aim at the Dodd-Frank financial regulations, which have given the financial industry a significant financial incentive to do things like gamble in risky ways and to make risky bets that they don’t have to.

He is also trying to dismantle the Affordable Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, or H.R. 6, which is a law designed to prevent banks from making risky bets on mortgages that could damage people and the economy.

But for all his talk about bringing Americans together, Trump’s approach to dealing with the media is a little bit different than most other presidents.

The media, he says, has “no loyalty to the American People,” and he doesn’t want them to listen to his policies.

But he has also done his best to make sure that the media doesn’t have a free pass on what he does, even when he’s talking about policies that he believes to be important.

When Trump tweeted in June that he was not interested in discussing a policy with the “media,” he was speaking directly to the press, which in the era of Trump-friendly media has been known to shy away from the most important parts of an issue.

And in the case of the Affordable Healthcare Act, the press did not want to take a position on the Affordable Insurance Act, so Trump’s tweet was interpreted as suggesting that the mainstream media were against the Affordable Act.

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling, Trump tweeted, “The media is going to have to start treating the American public fairly, which will mean giving them the facts.

And not the Fake News!”

In the same tweet, Trump suggested that the court ruling would not be good for the press because the court ruled in favor of the president, and it was “a good thing.”

The next day, Trump retweeted an article from a website called Breitbart News that asserted that the president was “just saying that he will be happy to talk to the [media] if they don’ t want to cover him.”

The fact that Trump wants to talk with the press isn’t surprising.

His administration has been working hard to undermine the press and make sure they don”t have a voice in shaping the agenda.

He even has said that he doesn”t trust the press.

The administration has already used its power to bully and intimidate the press in ways that are often not justified.

Last month, Trump issued a directive to his White House press corps instructing them to be “non-partisan.”

The directive said that “the White House is a place where the media should not have any role in shaping or shaping the news.”

And on June 17, Trump said that the United Nations was “the most unfair organization in the history of the world.”

It’s true that the UN has had some problems in the past.

The organization is run by a handful of world