The GOP is in crisis.
The party is in a mess.
The GOP establishment has failed.
And the country is looking for someone who is going to fix it.
That’s the premise of “Candidate Trump,” the new political documentary coming to HBO starting next week.
It chronicles the rise of the New York businessman and reality TV star, who has taken on the political establishment and won the GOP nomination for president in 2016.
The documentary focuses on Trump’s rise from a local New Yorker to a billionaire reality TV sensation and the rise to become the Republican nominee.
The series has already garnered praise from both conservatives and liberals.
“It’s the ultimate in a show that I’ve been waiting for for years,” said Peter Brimelow, the director of the American Conservative and an author of “The American Establishment.”
“This is not the kind of show where you want to get the last word.
You want to hear what people have to say.
You don’t want to have the last say.
The last word is in the movie.”
The new documentary is being produced by The American Spectator, the right-leaning magazine, and will air at 9 p.m. on Sunday on HBO.
Trump, the former reality TV personality, became a national political phenomenon in 2016 after his improbable run to the Republican nomination.
He ran as a populist and was a strong defender of traditional values, particularly the U.S. Constitution.
Trump won the Republican presidential nomination with almost 60% of the vote.
The film opens with a clip from a recent interview in which Trump discusses the need to build the wall on the U:S.-Mexico border.
“What’s the wall?”
“We’re building it.
The wall is a great idea.
But you can’t build it unless you have a lot of money.
And we don’t have that money.”
The film then shows clips from the recent GOP debate.
Trump’s supporters booed loudly when he made a point of attacking Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), then a potential rival for the nomination.
Trump later said that Rubio was being unfairly attacked, but that was after the debate, when the Republican front-runner had already been criticized for his comments about the Muslim parents of U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley.
In the documentary, Trump is shown talking to a reporter at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. He is also shown talking with New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie, the first Republican to endorse Trump for president.
The New Yorker was the first person to endorse him.
“The Trump era is a moment of truth and reconciliation,” Trump said at the time.
“I am not going to apologize for anything.
I am not being a political dog, I am a real man, and I have the courage to tell the truth.”
Christie said in a statement that Trump “is the only person I have ever endorsed.”
Trump also has made a series of controversial comments in the past year.
He has criticized immigrants, said his critics are “very upset,” and called Mexican immigrants “rapists” and drug dealers.
In February, he said that he would consider running for president as a third-party candidate if Hillary Clinton were elected president.
He also has said he would pardon former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and former Sheriff Joe Biden.
The new film, titled “Trump: The Candidate,” was produced by the conservative American Spectators, and has been financed by The Koch Brothers’ Freedom Partners, which is led by brothers Charles and David Koch.
The American Council for Capital Formation, a Washington-based advocacy group that has supported the Kochs, has given $4.5 million to the film, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
The organization’s board includes former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who backed Trump and helped raise money for the film.
Trump has also made other controversial comments about immigration, including his support for the temporary ban on Syrian refugees entering the United States in March.
In May, he signed an executive order barring immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U, and in July, he vowed to “bomb the sh** out of” Syria, saying that the U., as a “Muslim nation, must be protected from any foreign attack.”
Trump said in June that “all Muslims should be banned” from entering America and has made an “absolute” case for banning all Muslims from entering U.A.E., the former U.K. and European Union nations that have been part of the U-turn on migration policies after the Paris attacks.
In September, Trump told Fox News that he did not support Syrian refugees coming into the U in general, and that he supported Syrians in particular, saying he had “never met” a Syrian refugee.
In an interview with The Washington Post in September, he also told Fox that he had been “viciously attacked” for his remarks about Syrian refugees.
“My view of what’s going on