Consider this section of the US Declaration of Independence:
"He has endeavoured to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new Appropriations of Lands."
Now consider the similarities between those complaints, and the actions of the Trump administration. Yes, this may be a stretch, and yes the struggles at the time of the signing of the Declaration were different, but similarities can definitely be seen.
Trump wants a wall, and he holds an opinion against "chain migration." He is not welcoming and open to immigrants, even though he married one. He is Islamophobic and essentially a very rude person, especially to "outsiders." Therefore, he is kind of preventing the population of the States. He is obstructing the naturalization of foreigners, and is not encouraging migration. He is creating an environment of oppression, which is not entirely different from the environment in 1776.
However, Trump is the president. He is not some figurehead of a monarchy that is on an entirely different continent, so the political bands that the Declaration is dissolving cannot necessarily be equivalent to his spot in the oval office.
Just an interesting thought.