The American conservative site The American Spectator published an op-ed by Stephen Hayes titled “Trump’s first hundred days in power: What it is, and isn’t, like anything in American history.”
Hayes, an ex-journalist turned conservative columnist, has been a frequent Trump critic.
He also penned a long article titled “How Donald Trump Is Screwing the Rest of Us.”
Hayes argues that the Trump administration is taking a “big step backwards” on a number of issues.
Hayes, like many conservative commentators, argues that Trump has been able to enact a series of policies without serious scrutiny or debate, which is an important distinction.
“Trump is a president who has been doing things that are not the norm for the American president in this country,” Hayes wrote.
“His presidency has been characterized by a relentless drive for the maximum amount of power he can grab.
The Trump presidency has also been characterized, I suspect, by an inability to recognize and accept the limits of his power and to accept that his actions are having an effect on American life.
“And in so doing, he has put the nation in a bind, as the Constitution requires. “
He has been more aggressive in taking power than in taking the advice of those around him,” Hayes continued.
“And in so doing, he has put the nation in a bind, as the Constitution requires.
He continued: “In the midst of this crisis, Trump is doing things like refusing to say anything to the nation that might give him pause about his power. “
As the constitutional text says, ‘He shall not abuse his office to commit an act of violence or usurp the authority of the United States.'”
He continued: “In the midst of this crisis, Trump is doing things like refusing to say anything to the nation that might give him pause about his power.
He has called for a total reopening of libel suits and his administration has launched a series in which it is seeking to limit or eliminate the constitutional right of people to bring lawsuits.
I’m not trying to say he’s a terrible man, but he has shown a remarkable disregard for the Constitution, and the rule of law, that has left Americans with little or no confidence in their government.” “
I’m not sure what Trump is thinking, but I can assure you he’s doing everything he can to limit the ability of the country to do business.
I’m not trying to say he’s a terrible man, but he has shown a remarkable disregard for the Constitution, and the rule of law, that has left Americans with little or no confidence in their government.”
Trump’s handling of the Russia investigation and the appointment of his son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner, to a key administration post has raised concerns about his commitment to upholding the Constitution.
A number of Republicans in Congress have said they won’t support Trump for the presidency, citing his handling of Russia.
Trump’s administration has been criticized for appointing Kushner as an adviser to the president, and for using the presidency to advance his personal interests.
The administration has also repeatedly denied that the Russia probe is the focus of the probe.
Trump has repeatedly said he is not personally involved in the investigation, but has defended his son and other senior White House aides who have been accused of collusion with Russia.
The Washington Post has also reported that the White House has been using Kushner to advance its agenda.
Hayes argued that Trump is acting like a president in a country where a president cannot fire the head of the FBI, which has been investigating him, and that the president is being “a little bit of a jerk.”
“This is not the country we built.
This is not what we built for,” Hayes said.
Hayes pointed out that the first 100-day period of Trump’s presidency is also being marked by major changes in policy. “
This president has chosen a dangerous path, a dangerous way, and he’s using it to get ahead of the world and to avoid any serious consequences for his misdeeds.”
Hayes pointed out that the first 100-day period of Trump’s presidency is also being marked by major changes in policy.
The president has not released his budget, the first major policy initiative to be released under his leadership.
Trump was criticized by Democrats for not releasing his tax returns.
The American people will never know the true extent of the financial dealings between his campaign and foreign governments.
Trump announced his intention to cut funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs, the largest government agency in the country, which includes a number that have a direct relationship to veterans and are also affected by the opioid crisis.
“It is a big deal, because we don’t know what’s going on, and what’s really going on in the government,” Hayes added.
“That’s a big thing to the people who are affected by it.”