Trump could be potentially charged after he leaves office, but should Americans have to wait? That brings me to #2.
It's literally the job of the government to voice opinions that would help their constituents and American as a whole!
“Why would you want, as president-elect of the United States, to meet with a troublemaker and a con man?” Sharpton said. “That’s who he is, and we know who he is. The question is, what are we going to do about it?”
Trump plans to add $4.775 trillion to the debt by the end of his first term. That's a 29% increase from the $20.245 trillion debt at the end of Obama's last budget for FY 2017.
The biggest contributor to the $4.1 trillion that will be added to the national debt through 2029 is the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
6. His refusal to acknowledge intelligence agencies information
What was discusssed was the potential use of the 25th amendment, which would’ve been the constitutional remedy (which needed other Cabinet officials btw) to the President of the United States behaving like a Russian agent.
UNPRECEDENTED Spying Campaign on @RealDonaldTrump: DOJ/FBI/NSA/CIA/State -- "all hands on deck" in Obama administration's going after Trump and then the corrupt targeting morphed into Mueller operation....
“New evidence that the Obama era team of the FBI, DOJ & CIA were working together to Spy on (and take out) President Trump, all the way back in 2015.”
"It's also how the US is facing what Trump calls a national emergency at the border with Mexico without a permanent Secretary of Homeland Security."
Donald Trump's administration has had a very high turnover - with senior officials quitting, being fired or getting eased out at a record pace.
Here is a run-down of what they did, and why they left, starting with the most recent.