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Trump can rarely leaving the "crooked" Hillary Clinton alone – apparently not content to beat them in the 2016 elections.
He rarely gets by without a chance Shot on former President Barack Obama – and often seems motivated to undo the legacy of his predecessor – possibly as a revenge for being mocked at the White House Correspondent's Dinner in 2011.
And he's still seething with other Nemeses, as well as the NFL: Some The fans of the league have t Trump raged over the knees of players and the reactions of the team owners to his anger at not securing a franchise in the league in the eighties.
"The $ 40,000,000 commissioner must now take a stand "Trump demanded in a tweet beginning of last season 659004] Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was never to forget how angry the President was when Sessions rejected himself from the Russia investigation – and Trump's anger may crop up from time to time, even though the former Alabama senator left office last year.
For example, in February, the president blasted sessions against mercenaries against high-ranking Justice Department officials as "another beauty."
For a while Trump was involved in an ugly personal chat with the NBA superstar LeBron James – hinted last year in a tweet that King James was not very smart – one of many presidential clashes that seemed to have seemingly racial overtones ,
The President Fed Another Ancient Grudge At the weekend, he made a new take on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," which was repeatedly seized by Alec Baldwin's scorching impulse.
And he never lets his duel with reporters, whom he has called "enemies of the people."
Trump also has his foreign goals and always returns to them. For the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, he has a special grudge – but any US ally, whom he considers outspoken by American generosity, will most likely get tongue-tied.
Never let go
For Trump's critics, he refused to allow a fight Go – even those he won – speaks of a brittle personality that is not only repugnant but dangerous to a commander-in-chief. Trump's tweet has stormed over the last three days, chasing GM, fake news media McCain, insufficiently supportive Fox News anchors, Joe Biden, and other targets as the entire world is consumed with outrage was the consequences of attacks on mosques in New Zealand, in which 50 people were killed.
Despite condemning the attacks on Friday, Trump shook off questions about a worrying rise in white supremacist groups and did not offer Muslims direct empathy with his history of anti-Muslim rhetoric.
It was a performance that prompted George Conway, the husband of White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway, to assume that his wife's boss is suffering from a narcissistic personality disorder.
Feuds are only one area in which the opinion about him is irrevocably polarized.
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The "Lock up up chants" that sound through Trump rallies express Clinton's views on his followers.
In fact, the endless struggles that Trump earned while making him unfit in the eyes of critics for doing his job are the kind of politically incorrect behavior that has made him so popular with his followers.
These Americans do not believe that Trump is active in a spiritual abyss or that his insane, self-obsessed tweeting makes him unfit for the presidency.
One lesson from the last three years in politics says that the indignation of the media and the opinions of the elite in cosmopolitan cities does not diminish weakening the president, which often strengthens him – a reason why he fights for the battles.
Not every public interprets Trump's escape of outrage in the same way.
After a lengthy attempt to discredit the Special Councilor Robert Müller, relieved by conservative media, Tru mp can isolate himself to some extent from the results of the investigation in Russia.
Its attacks on management and unions, which are related to the closure of a GM auto repair shop in Ohio, could be viewed as a brutal interference by the president in the affairs of a private company. But the fact that the president is so firmly attached to the theme on a Sunday afternoon could be interpreted by others as proof that it is important to him to honor an election pledge to revive US industry.
"In many cases – I'm not saying that in any case – it says the same things that people talk about in their neighborhoods, at their dining tables and at their watering holes," said Marc Lotter, Trump's director of strategic communications 2020 campaign, to CNN.  "And that's why he connects with people," he said.
Trump's omniscient presidency undoubtedly works with the Americans, who like to fight him all the best. However, the cycle of constant conflict is one of the reasons why his re-election is far from over, even when the economy is about to cross and unemployment is as low as in 50 years.
A new CNN / SSRS poll showed Monday that the presidential election is President's approval rate is 42%.
The Conservatives are probably far less concerned than Trump's opponents of his condemnation of the attacks in New Zealand, which he described as a "terrible massacre" of "sacred places of worship," while this was not the case against white supremacist extremism. which was apparently their trigger.
It does not seem like you're calling Muslims after the attack is going to hurt him too much at the base.
For much of the weekend, however, it seemed Trump was trapped in the Oval Office on Friday when he told reporters he did not believe white supremacist movements were a growing problem around the world.
His comment triggered a worldwide stream of critics from sm and critical media coverage.
But if Trump's intention was to ensure that he did not get too far out of his base, he was perhaps the one who unbalanced the trap – and positioned himself on one side of a confrontation with the media – likely to base his base consolidate.
"The Fake News Media is working overtime to blame me for the terrible attack in New Zealand, they will have to work very hard to prove it, so ridiculous!" Trump tweeted on Monday.
But Trump's strategy – to preserve the steadily instable political instincts of his base to consolidate his position – carries risks.
A more popular rival than his old sparring partner Clinton. and a more energetic democratic base could make the way to re-election even tighter.
If this is the case, feudal governance might have turned out to be a big mistake.