President Donald Trump's presidency will be marred with the Capitol riot and a historic second impeachment.
Senator Lindsey Graham, one of the president's staunchest allies, said it "broke" his heart that Trump allowed "domestic terrorists" to take over the Capitol yesterday, calling it a "major part of his presidency."
Trump's biggest failures as president, according to respondents, was his general leadership and record on race relations.
Those who backed Trump to win the race have criticized the decision, with one even suggesting legal action.
"I was disgusted and appalled by the inaction," the former president told Oprah Winfrey in a new interview.
The president did not receive more than a 47 percent approval rating from U.S. adults at any point over the course of his presidency, 41 separate NBC News/WSJ polls show.
The veteran journalist said Trump is unable to fulfill the job of a president, which is to "protect the people, tell the truth, provide some sort of moral compass."
The South Carolina senator once dared Americans to "use my words against me" during March 2016 remarks, in which he declared the next president—regardless of party—would not fill a Supreme Court vacancy during the final year of their first term.
The Supreme Court recently upheld President Obama's DACA immigration program.
The coronavirus pandemic is throwing the U.S. economy into a recession that could doom President Donald Trump's chances of a second term.
A plurality of U.S. adults—40 percent—said they think Trump will be described in the history books as a "poor" commander-in-chief.
The largest local newspaper chain in Connecticut is urging President Donald Trump to step down from office in the wake of "damning evidence" tied to his communications with Ukraine.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have the exact same overall approval rating, 42 percent, at the two-and-a-half-year mark of their respective time in office.
The amount of money American taxpayers have paid to support President Donald Trump's golf habit highlights a disconnect between his gibes against President Barack Obama for "playing golf all day," and Trump's own conduct while president.
Mueller report says that "the President became angry and lambasted the Attorney General for his decision to recuse from the investigation, stating, 'How could you let this happen, Jeff?'"
As one expert put it, Trump's actions so far have not been the kind that "usually gets a president etched into Mount Rushmore."
"I still believe that the average citizen, the guy on my block, they oughta know if the president is making a deal, whether he's making it in his self-interest or that of the country," said House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings.
"Donald Trump has made a promise to the American people," Senator Lindsey Graham said. "He's going to secure our border."
"He doesn't see himself as being part of a long litany of presidents who will hand a baton to a successor. Instead, he uses the presidency as an extension of his own personality," Douglas Brinkley told the Associated Press.
"I think the president's administration has never recovered, and I don't think will ever recover, from having wasted that time," the former New Jersey governor said.
"This is the first White House in the history of this republic that is largely filled with grifters," his guest responded.
As America's First Volunteer, Barbara Bush has had to cut back on what she loves best: the hands-on volunteer work that has given her so much satisfaction over the years.
The firings of James Comey and Michael Flynn might be the key.
Rasmussen has consistently been more favorable to Trump than other polls.
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