The Trump presidency is an extremely polarizing one.
It’s often described as a nightmare, a madman who has done horrific things, a man whose presidency is unprecedented, a tyrant who will never, ever get out of the White House.
And yet, it’s hard to ignore how Trump’s popularity has surged in recent months.
We’ve been told that, as of today, over two million Americans have voted for the president, and over half a million have voted in the 2016 elections.
There are over half million registered voters, and Trump has managed to win more than half of them, according to the Associated Press.
It doesn’t seem like Trump’s election will end anytime soon.
But what are the most effective ways to convey the negative impact of the president’s presidency?
We’ve asked people to share their thoughts and experiences about how to get people talking about Trump in the hopes that they can change people’s minds.
We have to go back to a time when we were all teenagers and still had a lot of time before college.
We still had plenty of time to think, write, and share whatever we wanted, says the founder of the website, The People’s Guide to American Politics.
He was a 15-year-old in the late 1960s, and he has the most experience in this regard.
He’s been writing for almost 15 years now, and the number of people who have commented on his website has quadrupled in the last year.
“There are a lot more people who are interested in what’s going on than there were before the election,” he says.
“A lot of people want to talk about it.
But there’s a lot less interest in it than there was before the vote.”
It’s a good sign for a presidential candidate, says Robyn Boesky, a professor of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
“It makes it more effective,” she says.
In an ideal world, she says, we’d see the media take the lead on this, but in reality, the conversation usually comes from the political left.
But it’s also a good thing for the country, because it makes us more aware of how much of the media’s coverage of the Trump administration is inaccurate and biased.
“If the press had more information about the real effects of the presidency, they’d be more inclined to take it seriously and be more accurate,” she adds.
It could also help to change people who’ve been convinced that Trump is a terrible leader.
“That’s not really the case,” says Boeske.
“You can’t have a strong democracy if there’s no opposition, and if you’re not able to challenge people on the ground who have different views from you, you won’t be able to govern.”
But it also doesn’t hurt that a lot people seem to agree that Trump’s policies are horrible.
“I think people feel like they’re seeing the world through their own eyes,” says the former presidential candidate.
“And so they want to have some say.”
We know that a great deal of Trump’s presidency has been a complete disaster, so we’re hoping that he’ll be remembered for his presidency, says Biesky.
But if you want to get your message out, this is a great place to start, says John Vogl, an associate professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
“The idea is that if you can have a conversation about the president in a way that people can actually understand, and you’re able to communicate it to as many people as possible, that it’s a much more effective way to communicate,” he explains.