The first thing I learned from my trip to New York was how many things are happening in the political sphere.
I spent most of my time at the Trump International Hotel, which is in the heart of Manhattan, where there are hundreds of offices and campaign headquarters.
One of the most interesting sights was a mural that I had never seen before.
It was the work of the same artist who painted the Statue of Liberty on Trump’s Trump International Golf Club in Atlantic City.
It’s an homage to the iconic image of the Statue holding a hand in solidarity with those in prison.
I was struck by the way it reflected Trump’s desire to use his political position to exploit the plight of people of color, a theme that is consistent with his business acumen.
And it reminded me of another of his most well-known campaign slogans: “Make America Great Again.”
The mural depicts the Statue’s arm in a gesture of solidarity with people of Color in the United States, as well as an arm that is extended to the side of a prisoner being held in a prison facility.
There’s an emphasis on the fact that the hand is the symbol of resistance to the political status quo, a message that resonates with Trump’s voters.
I went back to my hotel and talked to the owners of the hotel, who told me they’ve seen a lot of visitors from all over the world.
The Trump International is a very small business, but the owners tell me that the message of the mural is resonating with visitors.
The mural has become an instant success on the Internet, with over 20,000 views on the Facebook page that the Trump Organization created to showcase the work.
One thing that stands out is the number of people who have commented on it, including people who are Trump supporters.
People are reacting with awe and wonder to the work and wondering how this person could possibly have done it.
Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, responded to one of my questions about the mural on Twitter, saying, “The artist is working with the best artists, and the Trump campaign is supporting him in this effort.”
It’s unclear how many people were actually involved in the project, but it’s clear that Trump was the one who commissioned the mural.
It also comes at a time when many people have lost faith in politics, and it’s understandable why.
People have gotten caught up in the idea that politics is about who is in power and that the political system is rigged.
We’re told to vote for the person we like, regardless of how they vote or how much they are spending.
We know that this is not true.
But that doesn’t mean politics should just disappear, especially in the U.S. The current election has demonstrated the growing disillusionment of the American electorate.
I’ve been working in politics for over 30 years, and I’ve seen more and more people abandon politics entirely in favor of other things.
I think this is part of a wider trend.
For example, Trump was elected to office with an overwhelming majority of people in the voting age group of 18 to 29 years old.
These people are the ones who have become disillusioned with politics, especially the one-party system.
In fact, according to a recent Gallup poll, a majority of Americans are now considering voting for a third party candidate.
There are many people who feel that the two-party, corporatist system is no longer a viable option, and that this time they’re going to be able to choose the candidate who best represents their interests.
And the reason why that’s happening is because of Donald Trump, who has used his political power to exploit people’s fears of a corrupt and unaccountable political system.
People who feel betrayed by politics and the political process have taken to the internet in an effort to express their anger.
The most popular hashtags on Twitter this week were #NeverTrump and #NeverHillary, and people have been venting about the election results on Twitter.
But it’s not just political posts that people are expressing anger about.
There is a movement going on, too, with many people calling out the media for their coverage of the election.
One hashtag on Twitter that gained steam this week was #FakeNews.
It refers to a common practice that journalists have used to push their agenda.
Journalists often claim to be fact-checkers, but they are actually political propaganda organs, using their platforms to attack the opponents of the establishment, which in turn, leads to the suppression of dissent.
It is interesting to note that the majority of the people calling for the boycott of the New York Times are liberals.
When I asked people on Twitter why they were boycotting the newspaper, most of them said they didn’t want to support the “establishment,” but they also said they weren’t going to buy the paper because of its coverage of Hillary Clinton.
Some people are going to boycott because of the news coverage of Trump, but not because of Clinton.
The same is true for the mainstream media