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And the Trump derangement syndrome has a name: the “Trump Effect.”
The term is used by Donald Trump and his political allies to describe the effect of Trump’s election victory on Americans.
If Trump is the first president since the Civil War to lose a presidential election, the Trump Effect has a reason for being.
The term comes from the Trump campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
The phrase was coined by the president-elect during his presidential campaign, and the term is still used to describe his presidency.
What exactly does the Trump effect look like?
The Trump Effect is an effect on people who are motivated by a candidate’s popularity, but it is not limited to that.
For example, it has a lot to do with people who don’t like the fact that the president has become the first person in modern American history to be impeached for a felony.
It has also a lot of to do the Trump phenomenon.
In 2016, more than a third of the Americans who responded to a poll about their opinions about the president were actually unhappy with him, according to Gallup.
That is, most people are dissatisfied with the way the president is handling the job.
In fact, it is more than half of all Americans who said they were dissatisfied with how Trump is handling his job as president.
The reason for the Trump “effect” has become so prevalent that even some of the biggest business leaders in the world have adopted a policy of not endorsing any candidate.
And they’ve been doing it for decades.
Trump’s presidency has caused the economy to contract by $1.4 trillion, according the Federal Reserve.
Trump also has a reputation for being unpredictable and for not being able to be counted on to follow through on his campaign promises.
“I will get things done if you vote for me, and I’m not going to let them get away with it,” Trump said in a January rally in Alabama.
So what is the Trump factor?
The effect of the Trump election has been well documented, and its impact on the economy and the public has been widely documented.
But it is the political effects of Trump that are the most concerning.
Trump has been a political force in Washington since the early 1980s.
In the 1990s, he won a majority of the states in the House and Senate.
Then, in the early 2000s, his rise to power was fueled by a string of disastrous presidential elections in which he was unable to close the gap with the other Republican presidential candidates.
Those elections were the most unpopular of his presidency, and he was elected to a second term with a majority in the Senate.
He took the White House again in 2009, and again in 2012, and once again he was reelected to a third term.
But the impact of Trumpism on the American political system has not only been devastating, it’s also been disastrous for Americans.
There are two main reasons for the political dysfunction in Washington: One is that Trump himself is in the majority of Americans.
He was elected by a large percentage of Americans who voted for him, and that’s the case even though the economy has been improving.
Trump won by a similar margin in November 2016, but his approval rating has fallen by 17 points in the past month.
Trump lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by nearly three million votes, and it wasn’t just the Electoral College that helped Trump win.
It was the popular votes.
A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll found that more than two-thirds of Americans think Trump should resign.
This is a major concern for the American people.
Many Americans think that Trump’s campaign rhetoric has been too aggressive in some areas, and this is the reason why a majority now says they do not like the way Trump is running the country.
Trump was elected with less than 50 percent of the popular support, and his approval ratings have fallen by 19 points in recent weeks.
The Trump effect on the country has had a major impact on our society, and Trump’s success has hurt the country, too.
The economy has suffered, and a large portion of Americans are pessimistic about the future.
They believe the country is heading down the wrong path, and they are looking for solutions that are going to help them.
But Trumpism is not the only factor that has caused this.
The Federal Reserve has taken a number of actions to stimulate the economy.
The first is by increasing interest rates.
The second is by lowering the interest rates on a number the Federal Open Market Committee, the central bank of the United States, sets for individual and corporate borrowers.
This move has helped the economy by reducing the rate of inflation and helping consumers.
Trump hasn’t been as successful in raising interest rates, though he is also not as successful at lowering interest rates as some of his supporters.
In September, the Federal Register released the Federal Funds Rate, which was the lowest it had been since January 2018.
That means the Federal Government is