When Donald Trump took office in January, the mainstream media had a field day.

In their breathless coverage of his presidency, the media focused on his controversial policies, the chaos that surrounded his presidency and his unbridled ambition.

For the most part, those outlets portrayed Trump as a man with a narcissistic personality, a bigot, a misogynist and an anti-Semitic.

They portrayed him as the most unpopular president in American history, the most anti-democratic, the least-qualified, the worst president ever.

The media coverage has continued since Trump’s inauguration, with news outlets like the Washington Post, CNN, The New York Times and the New Yorker all claiming to have been the first to break the story that Trump had been elected president.

But the media coverage doesn’t capture the essence of Trump.

Trump’s presidency has been nothing short of an ideological revolution.

During his first term, Trump was the most polarizing president in history.

While he was president, he appointed a slew of ideologues who sought to rewrite the nation’s founding document, the Constitution.

Trump took a hard line against immigration, supported free trade, vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and refused to even consider a bipartisan solution to the nation’t-so-subtle fiscal crisis.

He threatened to scrap a deal that was negotiated between the Senate and House that would have kept the government open through December 2019.

In addition, Trump repeatedly threatened to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement, a deal with Mexico, Canada and the United States that was signed in 2000 and aimed to open markets to American products.

The agreement also provided billions of dollars in tax breaks to the United Kingdom and Australia, which the U.K. had refused to sign because it was an unfair trade deal.

Trump also had a penchant for lying, which led to numerous legal challenges.

During the 2016 election, he falsely claimed that millions of people had voted illegally, that he had won the popular vote, and that he was the “winner” of the election.

He also claimed that a protester had been shot by protesters who were being paid to do so by the Clinton campaign.

Throughout his presidency Trump has consistently attacked and threatened to take on the media and the institutions of democracy.

Trump has not hesitated to go after reporters, calling them “the enemy” and “the enemies of the people.”

He has also been critical of the press and the press’ ability to accurately report on his administration, accusing them of being “fake news.”

He used the media as an opportunity to advance his agenda, such as by claiming that the media is “the opposition party,” that the press should be “proud of its independence,” and that it is “corrupt.”

Trump has also shown no interest in making a deal.

When Trump first entered the White House, he promised to “bring jobs back” to the U, but he has done little to accomplish that goal.

The economy has suffered from a severe recession, and unemployment has skyrocketed, with some economists estimating that Trump has created more than a million jobs since taking office.

While Trump has promised to cut taxes, he has proposed a massive cut in taxes for corporations and the wealthiest Americans, and he has not proposed anything to fix the nation not-so much a solution as a means to an end.

Trump continues to threaten to impose tariffs and tariffs on the trade agreements with other countries that he claims are unfair.

In the first weeks of his administration Trump took aggressive measures to enforce the nations trade restrictions and imposed a travel ban.

As of March 11, the United Nations estimates that more than 8 million people have been detained at U.S. borders and detained for deportation.

Trump, however, has never made good on his promises to deport all illegal immigrants.

He has refused to enforce President Barack Obama’s executive orders, which included the travel ban and the creation of a temporary travel ban for people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

And he has failed to fulfill his promise to “suspend” the U