Since his declaration to become the Republican's candidate for the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has emerged as an enigmatic force that has transformed the American political landscape in less than two years. It is not only his opposition that have struggled to react to him, but his own party. However, in regards to the latter, if they cannot produce a coherent reaction to their current President, it will enable their opponents to triumph at next year's mid-term elections.

Treachery is also prevalent among many GOP activists

It is bad enough that many senior figures in the Republican Party have undermined the President in Congress.

For example, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator John McCain all thwarted the President's plans to repeal Obamacare. Yet treachery is also prevalent among many GOP activists. This is the sort of ammunition the democrats require to distract the mainstream media's attention away from their own problems.

Take Republican pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson's latest attempt to tarnish her party's name. She is right to highlight that her party has a proud and noble history of social and racial inclusion, but to place President Trump under the same category of previous presidents who have encouraged racism is incredibly ignorant. Ms Anderson's efforts to attract millennials to her party's message have proved substantial, but she has jumped on the bandwagon that the President failed to condemn the Charlottesville protests.

Yet he attacked both sides.

It is people like Kristen Anderson that are dividing the Republican Party and the media, who overwhelmingly despise the President. The pollster feels like her party is no longer the home of figures like Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, but it is and always will be. There are many measures President Trump wants to implement that GOP politicians and activists can unite around.

These include creating more jobs by repealing burdensome taxes and regulations that cause businesses to relocate abroad, controlling immigration and repealing Obamacare.

Politicians in Congress are more interested in making media headlines

The truth is that many politicians in Congress are more interested in making media headlines than aiding the President with measures that they know they support.

This is why, despite his recent cancer treatment, Senator McCain looked like a hypocrite when he voted against repealing Obamacare, despite campaigning against the scheme 7 years ago.

Ms Anderson says the Republicans could win more younger voters with a message of economic reform. This is exactly what President Trump wants to introduce. Racism escalated under Obama. It did not suddenly emerge when his successor won. Organizations like the Ku Klux Klan and Black Lives Matter have continued to exist since the days of Martin Luther King. The only reason why they are receiving more attention now is because the media is providing them with it to suit their own narrative.

It's time for Republican activists like Ms Anderson to jump off the bandwagon. Of course, she is entitled to her own opinion about the President. She should not be expected to agree with everything he does. But her opinions should not have to be based on pure media narrative.