The Great Republican Divide

They say that there are no permanent friends or foes in politics. How aptly said. Regardless of what country you are in, there is some sort of political divide at work and it has been in existence for the longest time in human history. Despite this conflict, most governments still work because this conflict has evolved to become some sort of internal check and balance system to any nation. Most progressive countries have a healthy dose of debates, arguments, and verbal attacks amongst politicians that make the entire populace wonder how they put those people into office yet keep everyone on their toes.

If you look at the current state of American politics today, you’d be more than just amused. Although we all respect the decision of the majority, we can’t help but wonder what many of them were thinking when they put into office a total newbie with known racist tendencies? The country is plagued by a long list of problems that need urgent attention yet the new administration is busying themselves with issues that shouldn’t be the nation’s priority at all. The ruling party can’t even pass a healthcare law and it is infuriating President Trump for quite a while now that he can’t help but reveal his true feelings time and again by reprimanding Republican lawmakers in doing something about it.

The elite news media loves it when Republicans attack Republicans.

The leftwing reporters, editors, producers, television