[T]he coming presidential election ... will determine 'which America' voters want.
If Trump loses, the Democratic president will not be handed an America minus Trump, but rather Trump’s America.
Trump is playing with matches in a particularly polarized political climate.
The United States is a nation of extremes.
With his hate, Trump is knowingly and willingly pushing ahead with the division of society.
[T]he crisis of American democracy is not a consequence of Trump’s arrival in the White House. ...[It] precedes the election and largely explains the result.
And what about your parents, children, what’s their situation? Do they speak with their neighbors, and do they yet feel at all at home, like they would in their own country?
A quiet (thus far) civil war is underway in America.
One year after his victory, Trump presides over a United States with its heart broken into two halves that are not on speaking terms.