We the People is an exploration of Washington, D.C. in the contemporary contentious political environment. The city is the epitome of American politics. Living in Washington, D.C. during the Obama era, I found the city full of hope and optimism. As a recent visitor, I have noticed many changes in the city; there are no longer feelings of ambition and energy. A melancholic cloud hangs above the city. There is a schism throughout America within the political factions. With the election of President Trump, tensions have reached a boiling point. This essay explores the peaceful yet disquiet environments of Washington, D.C.