Anger continues to run high on both sides of the Trump divide, but Democrats are a bit hotter under the collar now than they were a year ago.
It has been a rancorous political week with Democrats apoplectic over President Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court nomination, his frank comments to U.S. allies over defense spending and trade, and in the House of Representatives where committees interviewed demoted FBI official Peter Strzok about bias against the Trump Campaign in the 2016 election.
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