When Trump’s critics want to call me a liar, I have to answer “yes”

The president is so unpopular with the public that he is being forced to use more than just rhetoric to convince Americans that he has their back.

He is also facing a backlash that is not confined to his own party.

Here are some of the biggest moments from Trump’s presidency so far.

1.

The first presidential debate Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) sparred in the Senate in February.

They are not the only politicians who have had to contend with their own negative press coverage.

President Barack Obama has been accused of having a racist past and even was forced to issue a pardon for a white man accused of murdering a black man.

Trump’s political critics have been trying to make him look racist since the beginning of his presidency, but they have not been able to convince enough people to take a stand against him to stop him from being president.

“I will say this about Trump: he’s a very successful guy,” says James Carville, the former president of CNN.

“He knows how to win elections.

He knows how a presidency works.

He’s a man of integrity.

And he has shown he’s willing to stand up to his critics.”

2.

The election Trump is expected to win despite his unpopularity and the GOP’s unpopularity.

He won the popular vote in 2016, but he lost the Electoral College.

That means he would have to win at least 270 electoral votes to become president.

He has won at least one of the states that Trump won, but not the other.

In states that he won, he has only won one Electoral College vote.

And even those victories came in states that went to Clinton.

3.

The Supreme Court’s decision on the case Trump is facing to overturn the Citizens United ruling is expected in the next week.

Trump is not in favor of overturning the decision.

“The decision has been a terrible blow to the American people,” he said during a press conference on Friday.

“It’s a horrible decision.”

4.

Trump says the US can’t afford more wars.

“We’re not going to have more wars, but we will,” he told Fox News on Wednesday.

5.

The Iran nuclear deal Trump has made several attempts to renegotiate the Iran nuclear agreement.

In February, he signed a revised version of the deal that removed sanctions that had been put on Iran’s economy.

In March, Trump announced a $1 trillion arms deal with Saudi Arabia.

In May, he pulled out of the nuclear deal.

But even after the Trump administration announced it would withdraw from the agreement, he said he would “renegotiate” the deal.

“So that’s what I’ve been talking about all along,” Trump said in a speech to supporters in Iowa in July.

“And we’re going to renegotiat.”

6.

The death of former president Joe Biden The president has a reputation for being tough on crime, but it seems that he would prefer to keep his controversial comments about race and violence to himself.

Biden, who died of natural causes at age 84, was a strong advocate for sentencing reform, which Trump is still against.

“Our prisons are overflowing with violent offenders, with murderers, and criminals, and we have to get tough on that,” he was quoted as saying in a 2015 book.

“But you’re going up against a president who has a record of making bad decisions and a record that is very inconsistent with what’s good for America.”

7.

Trump tweets about the murder of his father President Donald Trump is known for using social media to vent about the death of his dad, former President Gerald Ford.

“Just heard from the wife of one of my ex-wives, who is in mourning at the loss of her husband.

She was a lovely woman and always had a smile on her face.

She will be greatly missed.

A truly special person,” Trump tweeted.

8.

The rise of Trump’s daughter Ivanka The Trump family is already known for its business prowess and wealth, and Ivanka Trump is a billionaire herself.

In the past year, she has built a real estate empire, which has allowed her to be a major player in the political arena.

“Ivanka Trump, the most successful woman in America, has been at the heart of everything that we do,” Trump told Fox Business Network in January.

“She is the reason we have the great companies we have today.

She is the first woman president of the United States.

She’s been in the White House from day one, and she has been here to keep our country safe.”

9.

The opioid crisis The opioid epidemic is a national crisis.

But it has been particularly devastating to communities of color.

Trump has been one of his most vocal critics of the federal government’s response to the crisis, and his statements have included calling for the federal prison system to be “shaken up” and suggesting that states should