When will the ‘Trump Effect’ kick in?

The effects of the President Donald Trump presidency are not yet being felt in some of America’s most beloved destinations.

But for tourists, some of the most iconic spots on the planet are in danger.

For the past decade, America’s biggest cities have been the playgrounds of the world’s most popular tourists, with thousands of events a year taking place in the nation’s largest cities.

But as the U.S. presidential race has heated up, the number of events has plummeted, to just 563, according to the Association of American Travel Agencies.

Travelers have been increasingly frustrated by the slow pace of their events, which are often canceled due to the presidential campaign.

Many of the top cities have closed down, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston.

Many have been forced to cancel or delay their events entirely, and a handful have canceled events entirely.

For many Americans, they’re not happy about it, especially given the ongoing controversy surrounding the president’s actions.

“The last time I checked, Trump had not yet taken office, so people who had been in touch with him for years were feeling pretty good about the future,” said Tom C. Williams, a veteran travel blogger who covers America for The New York Times.

One of the more surprising stories about the Trump presidency is the decline in foreign travel to the U”

If we’re being honest, I’m feeling pretty bad about the state of our cities right now.”

One of the more surprising stories about the Trump presidency is the decline in foreign travel to the U