When the media takes over, you know we can do better

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The president and vice president are going to be a lot less presidential during the 2018 midterm elections.

The media has the tools to do much better than President Donald Trump, and the president and the Republican-led Congress have been in power for seven years, the last eight years in the White House.

Thats not to say we should ignore the media.

We need it, but its not our fault.

The media is out there doing its job.

The news media has been on the front lines of covering Trump from the start of his campaign and has continued to be one of the most powerful players in our politics.

But we have become accustomed to hearing about the White Houses press conferences and his press conferences.

The president and his team have been doing their jobs since he was inaugurated, and he has been president for more than two months.

But we all know that if he has to be briefed on an important issue, we can’t sit there and watch the president.

We have seen how Trump has been briefed on his actions, the tweets he has sent and the press conferences he has held.

It is time for him to focus on what he can do for the American people and not let the media take it from him.

We have to let the president be himself.

When the president was asked to respond to a question about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 12, he said:I think the last thing we need to be doing is putting out false equivalencies.

There is nothing between me and the Ku Klux Klan, and there was nothing between white supremacists and counterprotesters.

The fact is, we have had a lot of violence in the United States for a long time.

We should have taken a lot more of the blame, but we were in charge of it.

I don’t believe that the president needs to be lectured about his tweets, but I do think it’s important to put the facts in context.

When you are in charge, you have to understand what is happening in the world, and if you are not able to explain it, then thats your fault.

This is the time for the president to come back to the American public and be himself, and to be honest about his actions and what he is trying to accomplish in office.

It has been a rough time.

The news media is not always able to provide the president with the level of clarity and context that he needs to have.

But if the president can be honest and transparent, the American press will continue to do a better job of reporting the news.

It can be a real test of the president’s ability to lead.

It is time to stop talking about Trump and start being honest about the issues that matter to the people of the United, whether they are Democrats or Republicans.

The White House has taken some positive steps to address this issue.

In a statement, the White Congress announced that the Trump administration would establish a White House Task Force to investigate and hold accountable those who have used violence and violence-related threats to attack our country.

The task force is comprised of top law enforcement officials, government and nonprofit experts and will include experts from the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Office for Civil Rights.

It will be led by former FBI Director James Comey, who led the agency’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia and has long been critical of the media coverage of the issue.

The task force will also include former Attorney General Sally Yates, who was fired by Trump in February for refusing to enforce his executive order temporarily barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United State.

It will also seek to establish a commission to investigate how this violence was allowed to occur.

In an interview with CNN on Aug 3, Yates said she had been “stunned” by the response from some of the outlets that covered the event, and called on President Trump to use the White HOUSE task force to hold accountable the people responsible.

In the meantime, Trump has not given up on his promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare, which he said was “so badly broken, so badly rigged, so unfair, so un-American” in a tweet on Aug 1.

Trump’s plan, however, has not gone down well with Democrats and even some Republicans. 

Republicans have said it was a bad idea to repeal ObamaCare and that the White house should be working on a replacement.

The White House is trying in vain to push a health care plan that does not include a repeal.

The Trump administration also has been trying to get the public to take the president at his word on the possibility of a “nuclear option.”

Trump said in a speech in Phoenix on July 31 that he would consider using nuclear weapons against North Korea, a threat that has long-been a rallying cry for many in