This is an opinion piece. Decide for yourselves. Two issues are paramount in American politics. The first is whether President Trump will get away with his arrogant dismissal of the publicâEUR(TM)s right to a transparent government.
Donald Trump's approval rating for his first three months in office is the lowest of any president since 1953, a new poll shows.
A Gallup poll released Thursday shows Trump averaged a job approval rating of 41 percent since his Jan. 20 inauguration.
But he also made far more ambitious promises about government - not just that he'd do specific things such as build up infrastructure, but that if we gave him the presidency he'd solve every problem anyone faces.
Since 2014, members of Congress have passed annual spending bills that have included a provision protecting those who engage in the state-sanctioned use and dispensing of medical cannabis from undue prosecution by the Department of Justice.
Trump's failure to accomplish little or any of his agenda during his first 100 days is striking. But we should not forget the vast harm he has done in this comparatively short time - especially his degradation of the presidency.