1. Country on the North America Continent that was originally a British colony until it declared independence in 1777, and whose constitution was formally established in 1788;
2. Republican style democracy with a chief executive known as the President of the United States, which is kept in check by two other branches of government, the judicial and a bicameral legislative branch;
3. Country that elected Donald Trump as president in 2016, an executive with no checks on his power due to him appointing three judges to the judicial branch, and owning the loyalty of the majority of the Republican party in the legislative branch;
4. Country who is no longer as “united” as it once was;
5. A country that Trump believes is no longer “great” unless he is in charge of it.