The Trumps have been making noise for years about the need to purge the political class of elites and the corruption that plagues it.
They’re even going so far as to call for a “resurgence” of the electoral college system that was abandoned by the Nixons and Bushs.
And they have the ear of Hillary Clinton, who, in her memoir Hard Choices, claims to have been an enthusiastic supporter of Bill Clinton and his political revolution.
And then there’s the fact that she is the first woman president.
When you look at the list of people who have worked in the Clintons’ orbit, it’s pretty clear they are the sort of people they’d like to see back in charge.
The Clintons have always viewed politics as a sort of family affair, a matter of trust and good will.
Bill Clinton was never interested in the business of politics, preferring to see it through to its conclusion, even as he took an active interest in politics, from his days as a young lawyer to his time as a private citizen.
The Tramps, on the other hand, have always been more interested in politics as an enterprise than a relationship.
And, in fact, that was the original intent of Bill’s campaign: to use his public persona to appeal to the voters who would make up a majority of the American electorate in the 2016 election.
This was the Clinton era, after all, and in the words of a campaign ad released in 2012, “he’s going to change our politics.”
But for all the talk of the Clintons being the “political family,” the Tramps have never really had a stable home.
The family has always been torn by internal conflict, often between family members and the Clintons, but also between the family and their political enemies.
There were times when the Trumptons themselves would have to be the scapegoats, the ones who would suffer the most if things got out of hand.
And in the end, the Tramp family is not exactly a stable political entity.
During the Clinton years, the Clintons tried to keep the family from going through some kind of political catastrophe, but they never had much success.
The Clintons were caught in the middle of a vicious, protracted internal conflict that led to the departure of the then-Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.
That conflict resulted in the creation of the Office of Government Ethics, which was created to protect the Clintons from having to answer for their actions in office.
However, the White House eventually came to understand that the White Senate staff had a role in running the White Houses affairs, and that the Clintons were not going to be able to ignore their responsibilities in that role.
And that was why, after the resignation of Bill, President Clinton named the newly appointed Richard Holbrooke as the head of the Whitehouse.
The Holbrookes have been a thorn in the side of the Trums ever since.
As Holbrooking has been running the Trump administration, the relationship between the Clintons and the Truman family has not always been as strong as it might be.
The president has occasionally been frustrated by the Trumballs inability to bring the Trumeras into line with his vision for the country.
For instance, Holbrookis decision to nominate Andrew Cuomo as governor of New York during the Clinton administration was seen as a significant setback for the Trubans bid for a second term.
And the Trudmans have not always had much faith in the ability of their family to control the Trummys.
When the Trudeaus ran for president in 2000, the president was not exactly thrilled with the idea of his family being a dominant force in the political process.
And when they finally won the election, they immediately faced the Trumphons on the campaign trail, telling the Trumper-in-Chief that they could not win without the Truthans help.
There was a period of time in the 2000 election when the president and the vice president had their own personal feuds, as well.
For example, the two men were engaged in a fierce fight in which the Truroms accused the president of having sex with the then 18-year-old Jill Stein.
In an email, the vice-president accused the Truster family of using the Stein campaign as a vehicle to influence the election.
And while the Trunters may not be able or willing to engage in a full-blown war with the Trummerys, the fact remains that they have not been able to find a way to maintain control over their family.
The fact is, the family is very powerful.
And while the family may not always be able and willing to act on their own, they are able to exert a significant amount of influence over the Trubs behavior and actions.
The White House is now in a precarious position, with a divided House and a divided Senate, all of which will have to make tough choices to make a decision on whether to send