Yes, indeed Trump needs to learn that last part about the Congress, the Supreme Court and all the federal judiciary.
But I just would remind everybody in the United States that the American government gets its power from the people - - and this President did not even win the popular vote, even if he is legally the president.
In a democracy, the power always resides with the people.
I think some people spend far too much time worrying about Thomas Jefferson's Democratic party--
it's more like, will the Republican Party even be around in the next decade.LOL
The USA is a republic and not a democracy. If it was a democracy there wouldn't be an Electoral College or a US Senate. But I'm sure you know that.
Oh, and it is silly for any partisan to believe the other party will not be around in the next decade.
The Dems haven't been able to win a majority in any of the previous elections and the GOP has control over the vast majority of the states and the 2018 election hasn't even taken place and you say 'it's more like, will the Republican Party even be around'. Sorry but that is just silly talk (or you're really an optimist!).
I'm not a member of the GOP but I understand that the way the two party system is set up neither the Dem or GOP party are going away anytime soon. BUT I am hoping the Dem party is able to get their act together so they make major gains in 2018 and 2030 to reduce the power of the GOP in DC
(but in CA, were the Dems have a 2\3 majority, I want the GOP to make gains). I.e. I dislike when EITHER party has too much power since power corrupts and a party with too much power often goes off the rails (like the CA bullet train idea!).