Why Trump should never be president

President Donald Trump should not be the president of the United States, the country’s leading political scientists have said.

“There’s no justification whatsoever for the way in which he’s conducted his presidency,” Professor Paul Sperry, the University of Virginia’s Charles Murray School of Law, said on CNN’s State of the Union on Tuesday.

“It’s not an effective government.

It’s a corrupt government.”

The former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, Professor Sperrry has become one of the most outspoken voices in the US on the dangers of the Trump presidency.

He told CNN on Tuesday that Trump was “not a very good president”.

“He doesn’t have a grasp of reality,” he said.

“He’s not a very rational person.

He’s not very objective.

He does not care about policy or the law or his own country.””

He’s very, very easily swayed by the media.

He does not care about policy or the law or his own country.”

This is a man who thinks he’s a dictator.

“On Tuesday, the US Senate passed a sweeping bill that will give Trump more power than any president in US history, and could pave the way for impeachment proceedings against the President.

The bill passed by a narrow margin in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday and passed the House of Representatives on Tuesday by a vote of 217-217.

It now heads to the White House, where a vote is expected in the coming days.

Trump was forced to deny his legitimacy in his inauguration speech, in which Trump spoke of the need for “law and order”.”

The bill also gives Trump more authority to order the closure of US borders, as well as to stop Americans from entering the country from other countries.””

We must end this nightmare of injustice and division.”

The bill also gives Trump more authority to order the closure of US borders, as well as to stop Americans from entering the country from other countries.

“The President has the power to suspend entry into the United State for 90 days if he determines that entry is detrimental to the interests of the national security,” the bill says.

“The President may temporarily suspend entry from a country that the President determines to be a high risk of terrorism.”

Trump has previously said that he would only consider an order from his homeland security secretary, as long as he has “a good reason”.

But in his latest speech, Trump did not specify a reason, and he repeated the threat to suspend US travel from Muslim countries, as he had earlier threatened to do.

“I don’t care if they’re Muslims, or Christians, or Jewish,” he told reporters.

“I’m not going to suspend people.

I will suspend people from entering, from leaving, from going to certain countries.

I mean, that’s the way it is.””

This whole thing has become, in my view, a very dangerous game,” Professor Skelton said on State of Union.

For the first time in modern American history, this is a President who thinks that he’s the boss of the country, who thinks his actions speak for him.”