Here are the facts about the Trump presidency: 1.
Donald Trump has never held public office.
The president’s first inauguration was delayed twice due to the threat of a nuclear attack.
He has never issued an executive order.
He is not subject to the federal “National Security Entry-Exit Registration System.”
He does not have a Cabinet or Senate majority.
He hasn’t been impeached.
He was not subject for a federal criminal investigation during his term in office.
He won’t be impeached during his presidency.
His administration has spent billions of dollars on legal defense.
The Justice Department hasn’t charged any of his officials with any crime.
His lawyers have never produced any evidence to back up any of the President’s allegations.
Trump’s supporters claim that his presidency is the first of a new era in which people can freely express themselves, that the system is rigged against him, that people who support him are somehow above the law.
The United States Supreme Court has ruled that Trump is not above the Constitution, which Trump’s attorneys have not yet complied with.
There is a lot of information that the government has yet to publish that will make the case that there is a conspiracy to interfere with the Trump administration.
Trump has made a habit of saying outlandish things.
He said he would have voted for Hillary Clinton in the election if he had known that her husband had sexually assaulted women.
He also said that the US should be arming the Kurds and not the Islamic State.
Trump said that a woman who was assaulted by his wife Melania while they were on a business trip to Asia should have her attacker deported, saying that he thought it was “very, very tough.”
Trump is under investigation by the FBI for obstruction of justice, a charge he has adamantly denied.
Trump says he would “love” to get rid of the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States and serves as a lender of last resort.
The US Federal Reserve Board has not approved the President of the US to run the central banks of the country.
The President is subject to a “confidential” court order barring him from releasing any financial information.
The Department of Homeland Security has said that it will not enforce federal immigration laws in the United Sates.
Trump and the Trump Organization have sued the Justice Department over his executive order on immigration.
Trump will not take the Oath of Office as President of The United State unless Congress grants him the authority to do so. 24.
The Constitution guarantees the right of all Americans to worship God according to their conscience and belief, and the US Constitution does not prohibit religious organizations or individuals from exercising their religious beliefs or practices in accordance with their religious belief.
The U.S. Constitution protects the right to free speech, but it is not absolute.
The First Amendment protects the freedom to worship as one chooses, but the First Amendment does not protect the right, as Trump believes, to violate the rights of others.
The Supreme Court upheld the right for individuals to engage in free speech by denying the right the U. S. Supreme Court had granted to individuals in the 1920s and 1930s.
The right to vote is an essential pillar of American democracy.
The 2016 election saw the highest percentage of non-white votes in history.
The election of Donald Trump as President was the first presidential election since the end of World War II in which a minority candidate had won the electoral college.
There are currently 3,845 white men in the U,S.
In 2016, only 19% of the African-American population in the US lived in poverty.
There were 1.7 million more African Americans living in poverty in 2016 than in 2000.
The number of children living in the poorest fifth of the U., the African American community, has increased by more than 1 million since 2000.
The rate of African-Americans in the top 10% of earners increased by 9.6% from 2000 to 2016.
In 2018, the median household income for African Americans was $42,000, but that number increased by $2,400 in 2018.
According to the Congressional Black Caucus, the black population in 2018 was 1.9% of all households.
In 2020, there were more than 4.3 million Black women living in low-income households.
Black women account for 7.6 percent of the population but only 13.3 percent of US prisoners.
The top 5% of income earners in the Black community made more than $1.1 million in 2017.
Black Americans made up 7.2 percent of all people incarcerated in the country in 2017, but they account for nearly 15