The same will apply to what appears to be his expected policies.Socially, there is plenty I disagree vehemently with the far right about.He won’t have the time, energy or inclination to tweet simply because he is too busy. 3: I do understand the fear the uncertainty is causing minorities. Hopefully those funds and groups won’t be necessary and the fears will end up unfounded.4: In supporting Sec Clinton, there were policies of hers I agreed with and policies I disagreed with.Peter Thiel was right when he said that Trump supporters take him seriously, but not literally.When it comes to reporting the news, a presidential campaign and election is obviously news, the MSM (Main Stream Media) takes everything literally and seriously. There are 10s of millions of voters who probably preferred to consume literal information from MSM sources they trust and processed it before they decided which Presidential candidate they voted for.
President Elect Trump won not because the media failed at their job or didn’t recognize something. I approached my choice of candidates by consuming information literally. And when the MSM makes our President look bad, they make all of us that voted for him look bad.
She was a threat to their lives, their livelihood, their country. She would never be able to wash that off and be trusted and neither could the elites or special interests that wanted to help her take away his supporter’s liberties. We are going through a transition after which Donald Trump will be our President. They knew every single past issue each faced would surface.
It was clear to his supporters that he understood them and she was a threat. From tweets to not being confirmed to breitbart news.
They trust President Trump far, far more than they could ever trust anything the MSM says about him.
And they trust all the non MSM sources of information that again, unless there is something disastrous and undeniable, will say and write positive things about his Presidency.