A few weeks before the 2016 election, it looked like Donald Trump would win the White House.
Then, on November 6, he lost it.
Now, it looks like his presidency will be in deep trouble.
The Trump administration has been plagued by corruption scandals, budget deficits, and other scandals.
And yet, there’s a chance the US could still end up with a Clinton presidency.
This is why we are bringing you the story of what it’s like to have a president you despise.
A week ago, we reported on a lawsuit filed by a US citizen named William Jennings Bryan, who claims that President Donald Trump conspired with a Russian intelligence agent to steal the US election from him.
This week, Bryan announced that he has filed a lawsuit against Trump and the Trump Organization for alleged “violations of the constitutional rights of citizens of the United States”.
On Monday, Bryan’s attorney, Richard Painter, told the Washington Post that the US would “go to the United Nations and file a formal complaint” against the Trump family.
“We will go to the UN and file this formal complaint,” Painter said.
“The Trump administration will be there to defend itself, to defend the constitution, to put the US in the position of being the first country to file a complaint against a sitting president, to have the government defend itself.”
Painter has not yet confirmed whether he plans to file the complaint with the UN.
The US is not the only country that has sued Trump over the allegations, but it is the only one that is actively pursuing a case.
In July, US Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, filed a complaint with UN human rights investigators, saying that Trump’s actions amounted to a “war crime”.
“President Trump’s repeated violations of the rights of American citizens, including his threat to shut down the government over his inability to keep his promise to repeal Obamacare, his denial of protections to the LGBT community, his refusal to release his tax returns, and his failure to uphold his international obligations, amount to a war crime,” Warren wrote in the complaint.
The suit has since been referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC), which can bring war crimes charges.
In June, the Trump administration said it was “working to review” the lawsuit and was “committed to providing the appropriate resources”.
But on Tuesday, the US Department of Justice announced that it was withdrawing its complaint.
It said that it had been in contact with the Justice Department and “has provided them with information on potential legal options”.
On Wednesday, the Department of Defense said it had dropped its complaint against the US, and that it did not intend to pursue the matter further.
The decision to drop the case is a major blow for Trump and his family.
Trump has faced multiple investigations over his relationship with Russia, which he denies, and he has repeatedly attacked the investigation as a “witch hunt”.
But it has also been widely known that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 US election, as part of a broader effort to undermine Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The New York Times has reported that a former campaign adviser and senior member of the Trump transition team, George Papadopoulos, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in December 2016 about his contacts with Russian operatives during the campaign.
On Wednesday morning, Papadopolous told ABC News that the campaign was “not aware of any collusion between the campaign and Russia”.
“I never said I was going to be part of any campaign,” he said.
He also said that he did not have any contact with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign.
But Trump has also said the Russian government did not help him win the election.
“It was Russia,” he told NBC News’ Lester Holt.
“They were very helpful in getting me elected, but I don’t think they did anything to help.”