There is a classic tagline that was overused in the 90's - What do we know, what have we learned! As outdated as it sounds in today's society we could associate this saying with Donald J. Trump since he took over the White House. What have we learned? We can ask this overwhelming question when it comes to the leadership of the current U.S. President.

Undeniably the US leader, who is quite vocal, will mentally stun anyone around him for a minute or two. However, we can be sure of one thing- he is one of the best, if not the best when it comes to talking about handling any situation.

Let it be counter-terrorism or trade deficits with our trading partners, he is on it.

Did Donald Trump make America great again?

Furthermore, cleaning up the political lobbyists in Washington and revamping Wall Street in its entirety are two of his main talking points. Undoubtedly, we can say President Trump is simply the best when it comes to, "Making America Great Again!"

Trump had unwittingly led the entire world into the most entertaining 4 months of any US presidency. However, we are still waiting to see his great achievements on all frontiers. Apart from signing many executive orders to dismantle laws signed by Barack Obama, let's see what else came to fruition.

Noticeably, the US unemployment rate continues to trend downwards as investors are hiring more individuals.

However, with March's dismal report, Trump can brag about April's hiring rate where the United States economy grew by 4.5 percent. This is the high growth rate the nation had achieved in the past 10 years.

Fast forward to May, less than five months into his presidency, which has again evolved into controversy. Abruptly firing the Director of the nation's leading spy agency created fury on Capitol Hill.

The President has even managed to anger members of his own party.

James Comey dismissal may end Trump's presidency

With James Comey's firing, many are calling for his impeachment because they claimed he had interfered with a high profile investigation. Trump's controversial firing of Comey Jr., insults the US Constitution, many have argued.

And perhaps, his presidency is about to crumble even more, with many lawyers lobbying for an impeachment investigation.

Forcibly, removing Donald Trump from the Oval Office would make him the second in the United States history. President Richard Nixon was impeached and removed from the White House in 1974.

Undeniably, there are similarities between both United States Presidents. Nixon's Watergate Scandal had secret tapes with damning information and alleged secret tapes exist between Comey and Trump. Nixon's impeachment ends his presidency and cemented his place in history.

However, what happens next, in the era of President Donald J. Trump, is left up to the Constitutional law that governs the United States of America.