Donald Trump is no longer a presidential candidate, but he is still the president.
The last Republican to win the White House, he has been the target of a wave of negative campaigning by Republicans and Democrats alike, and it’s likely to continue for some time.
Trump has spent months campaigning against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party in the lead-up to the election.
On Tuesday, he officially became the Republican nominee, but many Republicans have been struggling to decide whether they should stay home or vote for someone else.
Here’s a look at the candidates ahead of the November 6 election.
Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and first lady, was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2017.
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Trump is the most unpopular politician in the US and the first Republican to lose the presidency since George W Bush in 2000.
The results of the election have become the latest in a string of scandals to hit the US political system.
It’s unclear whether Trump will have the same level of support as he did before the election, but the polls are showing that many Americans remain opposed to him.
Trump’s approval rating has been steadily declining, while his disapproval rating has stayed relatively steady.
This is the fifth election since the election in which a major party nominee lost the election to another major party candidate.
The Democratic Party lost control of the White house, Congress, the Senate and the presidency.
Republicans regained control of Congress in 2018, with the majority in both houses of Congress, and control of statehouses and governorships.
Trump will need to continue to work to restore those gains to the US.
If he doesn’t, the next two elections will see the Republican Party suffer a setback in a number of areas.
He may lose control of both houses in 2018 and 2020, as well as the Senate, the Whitehouse and governors offices.
His unpopularity will likely increase as he attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which he has said will be his signature achievement if he is elected president.
He will need Democrats to maintain a majority in the House of Representatives, which they did in 2018.
The Senate has already passed three health care bills, and Democrats control both chambers of Congress.
In 2020, the Republicans are expected to retake the WhiteHouse, but there is little chance they will gain any power.
There are still Republican-led states, such as Georgia, that could be crucial to their success.
In 2018, the president and his administration won control of every state and territory in the country.
However, those states are unlikely to be in play in 2020.
That means Trump will likely need to win over more Republican-leaning states and territories to get his agenda through Congress.
He’ll also need to build on his previous successes in winning the Whitehouses in 2018 to achieve similar gains in 2020, although it’s not clear if he will be able to do that.
There is little question that Trump will continue to have a hard time winning the popular vote in 2020 in light of the massive increase in votes cast in Republican-controlled states.
He’s still leading the polls, but his numbers have declined as his unfavorable rating has increased.
It will be difficult for him to convince people to vote for him if his numbers continue to deteriorate and his approval ratings begin to sink.
The 2018 midterm elections saw the Democrats regain control of all five House seats in the United State.
The party also held the White Senate seat in Georgia and the White HOUSE in North Carolina, and the statehouses of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Montana.
The Republicans have gained control of several congressional districts and the governorships in Georgia, Montana and South Dakota.
Trump remains popular in the states and in the districts, which has helped him win reelection.
However if the Republicans lose control in 2018 they will lose control over the White Houses in 2020 as well.
The Democrats are also likely to be able make gains in several state legislatures, although that’s not certain.
The midterm elections also saw the Republican-majority Congress lose control.
Trump was the Republican party’s standard bearer for a number, and his unpopularity could help Democrats take back the House in 2020 if they hold all three of the Senate seats.
Democrats control the House, the U.S. Senate and several governorships across the country in 2018 with the backing of Democrats.
However the party has struggled to win back control of more statehouses in the past.
It could take a lot of political pressure for Democrats to retake control of their respective legislatures in 2020 because Trump has already taken office.
The 2016 presidential election was the first in which Americans were able to vote in a presidential election.
The election was widely seen as a referendum on the two major parties and the Supreme Court, with some Republicans arguing