A New York Times article It’s a sad state of affairs.
For too long, we’ve had a president who has taken the world by storm with his brash style of populism.
But now he has left us with a Trump-led government that is a joke.
And now the White House is in such disarray that even Republicans, who voted for him for president, are openly questioning whether his presidency has gone too far.
It’s an ominous time for America.
And it’s not just that he has lost control of the country and his presidency.
Trump has also alienated his own party.
He has alienated millions of voters by playing on their deepest anxieties about immigration and trade.
He’s alienated many voters by refusing to take responsibility for his campaign promises and by not showing any leadership on issues such as health care.
He even alienated many Republican voters by making the election about him and not about their country.
We have to make sure we don’t let this get to the point where we’re no longer able to stand up to him.
The last thing we need is to allow this president to take us backward.
But the answer isn’t to give up on our party.
We need to stand strong and resist Trump’s assault on our nation.
Here’s how to keep fighting back.
The basics We have a president whose message of hate and fear is resonating.
It is resonant in part because of the fear and anger that is taking hold of millions of Americans.
For years, the Trump administration has focused on creating an immigration nightmare that threatens American security and threatens our ability to compete.
Trump’s policies have not been working and have caused deep division.
They have also led to a deep sense of frustration in many Americans, including millions of young people who are fed up with the way their leaders in Washington have betrayed the people.
These frustrations are not only directed at the Republican Party but also at our country.
The Democrats are in a similar position.
We’ve been in denial about the damage done by the policies of President Trump and his administration for too long.
In many ways, the Democratic Party has been at a loss as to how to respond to the Trump presidency.
We’re a party that prides itself on being a party of opportunity and opportunity for all.
It should be no surprise that the Democrats are trying to put this administration on notice.
Democrats are doing what they can to show they are ready to be partners in our country, to fight back against the president and to put their party on the right track.
But they are not prepared to take on this president.
We cannot sit idly by and let him keep pushing through policies that are not working.
Our party must stand up and take the fight to him at every turn.
This is not the time to sit idlys.
This has to be a fight to the finish, and that fight is to elect Republicans who are not beholden to a President who is not prepared for the challenges that await us.
We can do that by winning control of our own party, and our party must be ready to fight for our country in the years ahead.
It takes a little leadership from both sides to fight this president tooth and nail.
We must also fight back.
For the past several weeks, I’ve been traveling around the country to hold town halls and meeting with voters in battleground states.
The idea is to make it clear that Democrats are going to take back the White Senate, and we need to take our party back.
I’ve met with millions of people across the country, and I’m confident we can make sure the country is back on the path to victory.
But this fight isn’t over.
It will be a battle, and the fight is going to be hard.
I know that in this tough political environment, many people will be feeling discouraged and frustrated.
But we have to fight to get back on track and make sure our country is in good shape for a long time to come.
And this fight will only get harder and harder as the Trump agenda gets pushed further and further forward.
So we’re taking the fight out to the Republican side, and to the Democratic side.
I’m not going to make this a battle between Democrats and Republicans.
I will not fight to be the party that represents the American people.
I am not going for an easy fight.
I want a fight that is not just about the next election.
I have to be prepared to make the hard choices in the weeks ahead that are going have real consequences for our democracy.
So the key is to get people to understand that we are not going away.
We are going forward, and it’s going to require a whole lot of work on both sides of the aisle.
But I think that this fight is not going anywhere.
We’ll be fighting for the next eight years and beyond.
We just have to keep working at it.
And the Democrats have to recognize that they are on the wrong side of history and that their president has a history of undermining democracy and undermining our way of life