The 2016 election cycle was one of the darkest periods in American politics since the Great Depression.

President-elect Donald Trump’s presidency was a watershed moment for both political parties.

But with that election cycle now over, the political landscape is starting to reflect the changes wrought by the Trump administration and the ongoing Russia probe.

That could leave some in the future with a bigger hole to fill in their lives.

That’s because it was the darkest period in American political history, when the United States was grappling with a historic decline in its economic and political power.

The most dramatic changes came in the 1920s, when American politics came to resemble a modern-day feudalistic society dominated by wealthy families.

There was little room for any social or economic democracy, as there was in other advanced nations during the era.

It’s a long way from there now.

The American middle class was shrinking, and inequality had reached an unprecedented level.

There were no longer any strong unions or democratic public institutions.

Even the notion of a “political party” had become a dirty word.

The U.S. economy was also in decline.

After the Great Crash of 1929, the economy collapsed, and the government cut back on social programs and spending to try to prop up the economy.

Meanwhile, American society was becoming increasingly conservative.

There weren’t a lot of progressive ideas to offer the electorate, and those who did exist were more extreme and less tolerant of dissent.

These were the conditions that led to the rise of the Ku Klux Klan and other racist groups.

They also helped propel the rise and eventual ascendance of President Trump.

The 2016 campaign was one that left many in the United Kingdom and other Western countries feeling a sense of deep regret and sadness.

The United Kingdom was a nation of immigrants, and in its postwar decades the country saw massive immigration from the former Soviet Union and elsewhere in Europe.

It was an era of dramatic economic change, with the global economy growing at an unprecedented pace.

The new arrivals brought with them a certain level of economic insecurity and poverty.

As a result, a sense was growing in the country that the new government was not interested in addressing the real problems, but rather focused on political goals and their ideological objectives.

This, combined with the economic decline, led to widespread resentment and anger against immigrants and people of color.

For many Americans, this was a time when the idea of “the white man’s burden” was increasingly being spoken about.

While the American government and media had previously been reluctant to discuss issues like the Civil Rights Movement, racial and ethnic minorities were finally given equal access to public discourse, and were even given equal opportunities to run for office.

The media also began to discuss and cover these issues more often.

There wasn’t much of a backlash, and many people felt that the country was going through a time of hope and opportunity.

It seems that these changes were being reflected in popular culture, with a growing awareness of racial issues.

While many were quick to praise the success of the 2016 election, the media and the rest of the country were also quick to label the election results as a loss for the country.

The Clinton era was not a popular period for Americans to celebrate, as the country went through a profound and enduring economic recession.

While some Americans saw this as a positive, there was also an increasing feeling that the era was a lost decade for the American people.

Many people believed that a Clinton presidency would be bad for the economy and the country’s future.

The Trump era was also not popular, as President Trump and his administration did little to promote the ideals of democracy and democracy-enhancing institutions.

It seemed that the Trump era would be marked by a resurgence of xenophobia, racism, and bigotry.

Even after the election, people continued to feel that the political system was rigged against them.

Even more, people began to see the rise in violence and other forms of bigotry.

A growing number of Americans also felt that things were not going in the right direction.

While there were certainly changes during the Obama administration, they were not as drastic as the Trump one.

The president was criticized for his handling of the Charlottesville riots, which saw violent protests erupt in some cities.

But many saw that as a sign that the White House was actually doing a better job of dealing with the situation than the previous administration.

President Trump took to Twitter to express his disappointment in the result of the election.

The only thing that matters is winning and keeping our country safe!

I am pleased to announce that the victory is for President-Elect @BarackObama.

Congratulations to President Obama and his wife @MichelleObama.

pic.twitter.com/s2g7l8HtLq — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 3, 2021 The rise of right-wing political movements was also a factor in the rise, as many voters were tired of the mainstream political parties and parties that they felt had failed them in the past.

These new political movements included groups like the National Policy Institute and white