This Sunday on Meet the Press, the host of the show Chuck Todd asked if the country was now stuck. This followed a week when President Trump had clearly presented the view that there those who were standing up against racist hate groups were just as bad as those hate groups. On July 12, a rally of white nationalists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis, members of the "alt right" movement were protesting the removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Virginia in what they referred to as a "Unite the Right" rally.

Trump digs his own hole

They ended up protesting with counter-protesters resulting in the death of Heather Heyes who was killed when a self-proclaimed white nationalist plowed into a crowd with his car.

Two police officers also died when their helicopter that was monitoring the rally crashed. The nation saw this as a test for Trump presidency to come out and denounced the hate groups that support him. As expected, he came made the statement hours late and when he did, he blamed all sides. In the coming days, he would make a formal statement denouncing those hate groups specifically and then double-down again with another statement that went back to blaming all sides.

Trump loses more support

With America's history of fighting Nazis during World War II, many lawmakers felt that this was a point when they would start pushing back against the President's statements. During the same week, however, the White House purged out some of its most controversial aides who were seen as being influential to those hate groups.

During a time when it's clear that the President doesn't have America's interests at heart, he seems to be losing his ideological framework. All of this adds up to even less support for the President.

Predictions of Trump's resignation

For months, it's been predicted that the President would end up resigning. Claude Taylor tweeted back in March that two very reliable sources from inside the White House claimed that Trump was considering options for Resignation.

There were then updates on August 16 by the CEO of the Energy Project who made the same prediction as the "circle" appears to be closing at blinding speed.

At this point in his presidency, with few allies left in the White House and his persistence to continue to enrage the nation, these definite options that Trump should consider. Not to mention the endless scandals, controversy, conflicts of interest, the investigation being conducted on him by Robert Mueller and the fact that he hasn't been able to get anything from his agenda passed, now would be a good time to resign. Another prediction was also made by Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks, here is that clip.