The 45th US President Donald J Trump is one of the most talked about public figure the human race has ever seen and, no doubt, he deserves this attention after kindling as many controversies as he did.
Media loves Trump. His name is seen flashing across headlines almost every day, be it some sexist remark or some rash decision. However, he never fails to surprise us as the entire world get dumbfounded every time the president opens his mouth.
Quinnipiac University conducted a poll asking participants "What is the first word that comes to mind when you think of Donald Trump?"
The word which got the highest vote in the poll is "idiot".
Here are top five intolerable moves of the US president:
The Muslim Ban
On 27 January President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting all refugee admissions and temporarily barring people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
European Leaders and the UN international groups did not take this well, as did others.
The bans, though temporary, took effect immediately, causing havoc and confusion for would-be travelers with passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
Although the United Nations refugee and Migration called on the Trump administration for help, it seemed that his decision was final.
We even see his old rival, Hillary Clinton standing against this. News of this ban sent widespread confusion amongst a lot of innocent people who felt that this was outright racism.
"A nation without borders is not a nation. Starting today, the US gets back control of its borders," said Trump.
It's often that government officials and men in power are looked upon as role models, but to bring outright division and asking the affected party to pay for it seemed not only unnecessary but illogical.
During his campaign, Trump referred to Mexican migrants as "rapists and drug dealers". He also visited Mexico, and later declared that Mexico will be paying for the construction of the wall.
"Mexico does not believe in walls. I have said it time and again: Mexico will not pay for any wall," he added. Trump's plan has also been roundly condemned by other Latin American leaders.
Ban on Transgender in the Army
A call on racism, sexism, or just pure inhumane were the questions thrown around after Trumps' decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military. The President argued that it would "make the armed forces less battle ready"
This decision was met with heat from various retired generals, army personal and human right activists.
Although this ban has not yet been put in action, it seems like it is not going to go down easy with the people of the nation who have been known greatly for their "American Open mindedness".
Trump also claimed it would lead to tremendous medical costs and create widespread disruption.
His comments were widely condemned and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen Joseph Dunford, said the move would not be implemented until he received an official directive from the President.
Recently, 56 former generals and admirals have added their voices to the criticism, saying the move will have the opposite impact Trump claimed it would.
"This proposed ban, if implemented, would cause significant disruptions, deprive the military of mission-critical talent, and compromise the integrity of transgender troops who would be forced to live a lie, as well as non-transgender peers who would be forced to choose between reporting their comrades or disobeying policy," they said in statement released by the California-based Palm Centre, which researches gender and sexuality issues in the military.
President Trump has never been able to keep a lid on it, when it come's to speaking his mind, throwing off lewd comments.
The president, who is famous for his " grab em by the pussy " comment, got himself in trouble yet again with his remark on French first Lady- Brigitte Macron's Appearance.
He was filmed saying " You're in such good shape".
It could be interpreted as a compliment, but Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop on Sunday criticised Trumps comments,
"I wonder if she could say the same of him?" Bishop told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation when asked whether she would be flattered or offended if the comment were directed at her.
"I'd be taken aback, I think. It's a rather interesting comment to make," she said.
Heartless response to death
" That's too bad," said Trump on hearing the news of ten US sailors missing after a US destroyer collided with an oil tanker in southeast Asia. This is the second serious accident involving American Navy ships in the region in little more than two months.
Though, he mended his ways and later tweeted: "Thoughts & prayers are w/ our @USNavy sailors aboard the #USSJohnSMcCain where search & rescue efforts are underway," he received flak for his insensitive remark.
Search and rescue efforts were launched after the USS John S McCain was involved in a collision with the Alnic MC east of Singapore and the Strait of Malacca, the US 7th Fleet said in a statement.