A week after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, many in the media have started to wonder if the Obama administration was rigged against Americans.
While some conservatives have argued that the “rigged” nature of the 2016 election, and the 2016 results, were a reason for the election, many others have argued the 2016 elections were an “inside job.”
As we all know, the president-elect, as well as a number of his allies, have been caught in an elaborate web of corruption.
This has been a long time coming.
As the world watched with fascination as the Trump presidency was dismantled, it was left to the president to put in place a government that would work.
This meant that the United States government had to be able to take care of itself.
In many ways, the Trump administration was set up for failure.
While many have tried to make the case that the inauguration was a rigged election, the evidence does not bear that out.
There was never any evidence that the Obama campaign had anything to do with the election outcome, even though the election was not even close.
Obama was not in office for long, so it is not likely that he could have manipulated the election.
The president-election of 2016 was not “rigging” by any stretch of the imagination, and Trump’s win was not a result of the election being “riggy.”
The fact is that Trump was elected because the establishment wanted a Republican to take over the White House.
Obama had been out of office for a year before taking office, so he had the ability to put the Trump agenda into action.
For example, Trump’s policies would have benefited the wealthy and corporations, and many of those corporations would have enjoyed the tax cuts that Trump wanted.
The fact that many corporations chose to exit the country does not mean that Trump won the election or that Obama had anything in his favour.
However, if we look at what Trump would have accomplished as president, it is clear that the Democrats did not really represent the people of the United State.
Obama was an establishment candidate who was beholden to special interests.
Trump was a populist candidate who appealed to the base and the white working class.
The Democrats were unable to bring those voters into their party.
Obama’s agenda was based on the interests of the wealthy, and these interests would have had a significant impact on the outcome of the upcoming election.
As a result, Trump won by more than a million votes.
When we talk about “riggery,” we do not mean to suggest that there was some conspiracy, or that the outcome was rigged.
Instead, we mean to say that there were a number to be found within the Obama White House and its institutions.
If we are to take seriously the possibility that the 2016 electoral system was rigged, we need to examine why Obama, who was running for reelection in 2020, could not have won.
First, there is the issue of the electoral college.
Democrats have argued for decades that the electoral system is unfair to Republicans.
In fact, in the 2016 presidential election, President Barack Obama received the highest Electoral College vote count, with 332,637, for a margin of victory of approximately 1.2 million votes over his Republican opponent, Mitt Romney.
After this victory, Trump did not want to continue this pattern of Republican dominance in the House of Representatives.
Instead of continuing the current trend, he proposed that Democrats create a supermajority in the Senate.
What happened in the past few years is that Democrats have been able to keep their majority in the senate by moving the majority of votes in their favour from the Republicans.
This is why the current Senate majority is currently at 60 to 45.
The reason why the Democrats are able to retain their majority, is because they do not have to worry about the electoral vote being stolen from them by any Republican candidate.
Secondly, there are two problems with the electoral votes.
The first is that the system is not fair.
Every vote counts, regardless of the race.
In the 2016 U.S. Senate race, Democrats received 1.6 million votes in total.
This was enough to elect their candidate, Tom Perez, to the post of Labor Secretary.
But because the electoral ballots are so different, there was a problem in the state of Florida, which was split into three states.
If the electoral tally in Florida were identical to the one in the U.K., the outcome would have been the same.
Instead, Perez won the state by nearly 7,000 votes, or 0.7%.
This means that Perez would have received the same electoral vote as Romney had he won the 2016 Senate election.
The second problem with the system comes from the Electoral College.
The Electoral College is the mechanism used to decide the winner of a presidential