Donald Trump has a history of making false statements.
It’s why his attacks on the FBI are often misleading.
It means he’s lying to the American people about his own conduct.
And it means he won’t have any credibility with the public.
It also means he’ll continue to undermine the credibility of the entire federal government.
It can’t go on, and it will end soon, experts say.
But what to do about Trump?
That’s the question I asked experts and politicians from both parties during a two-day forum in Washington.
We asked some experts what to make of the president-elect’s lies, his inability to defend himself, his failure to recognize that his rhetoric is hurting the country, and his own lack of leadership.
In other words, how to make Trump’s presidency a success or a disaster?
Some experts say you can’t ignore the president.
Donald Trump says he will do whatever is necessary to stop the FBI investigation.
Donald J. Trump/Associated Press He’s not going to get away with it.
His tweets and statements have caused a lot of pain to many Americans.
The president-in-waiting has made clear that he’s going to be a very tough negotiator, but I would argue that you don’t want to be the negotiator who gets the job done.
You want to go down to the negotiating table and have a really good negotiating position.
But if you do not get a good negotiating stance, you are going to have a difficult negotiation.
The reason Trump keeps on doing what he’s doing is because he doesn’t want a good position to work in.
He doesn’t know how to use that leverage.
In fact, the fact that he keeps on trying to make things work is a sign of his failure.
He is going to lose everything he holds dear, including his presidency.
If he were to do this with the same competence and integrity that he has in the past, I think he’d be toast.
I mean, this is the president of the United States, and he’s not supposed to have the power to do anything that is not within his powers.
I don’t think he understands the power that he is giving to himself.
So what can you do?
You should do something to try to help the president to understand what he is doing and then figure out how to get him to do what’s in the best interests of the country.
And you need to help him see the power in his actions.
You need to make sure that he understands that you can use that power.
You also need to show him that you understand the power of diplomacy, of getting your message out, and of having a strong and credible national security team.
That’s what he needs.
It is a great time to be in Washington, D.C. He’s the president and he should know this.
He should know what’s going on.
He shouldn’t have the ability to do it.
But the American public deserves to know that.
That was the message from a number of top Republicans who are now working to help President Trump.
I will not be distracted by the petty grudge match between President Trump and President [Hillary] Clinton.
It was all nonsense.
We are friends, and we will never forget it.
The American people deserve to know the truth about the Russia investigation.
President Trump has the opportunity to show the American voters that he truly cares about them, not just the political power of the presidency.
He needs to start talking to them.
He also needs to be transparent with them about his actions, so they can decide whether they want to continue to be loyal to him or not.
If they do, then he has a real opportunity to lead this country forward.
It doesn’t matter who he chooses to be his secretary of state, the secretary of homeland security, the attorney general, the director of national intelligence, or the secretary a the Treasury Department.
He can choose who to talk to and what to say about his efforts to improve relations with Russia.
I can’t wait to get back to Washington.
I look forward to meeting with President Trump to discuss the issues that matter most to the country and to try and help him fulfill his campaign promises.
The President and I have a long and productive relationship.
But it’s time to stop trying to score political points, and get back in the business of governing.
The only way to do that is to make clear that we are going back to the negotiation table and making progress on things that are important to the people of this country, the economy, and the safety and security of our people.
So we’ll be talking with him about how we can move forward together and what he can do to improve our relationship.
It’ll be a great conversation.
I’m confident that the President will make the right decisions.
But I also think it will be a real conversation that can be useful for the country for years to come.
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