8. Trump has flipped America's partisan views on Russia

Reproduced from a Nov. 9, 2017 Pew Research Center study.

The partisan gap in the concerns of Americans about U.S.-Russian relations has widened — and flipped — since Trump was elected last year, per a Pew Research report.

Democrats and Republicans generally agreed on whether Russia posed a threat to the U.S. until the Trump era. Now 63% of Democrats see Russia as a threat, compared to 38% of Republicans.