Why do people still want Donald Trump as president ?
After all of his wrong doing. Is it just to punk the establishment?
- TB12Lv 73 weeks agoFavorite Answer
People don't, only his cult does,, every poll proves that out.
- RichardLv 73 weeks ago
It's a cult-like thing.
- SocratesLv 73 weeks ago
Just WHAT have you been led to believe he's done wrong? He has revitalized the economy, something Obama couldn't do in 8 years. This has resulted very low unemployment, including record low Black unemployment. He has had he guts to take on tough issues like illegal immigration and China, two issues other presidents have kicked the can down the road on for decades.
- 3 weeks ago
Why are you and so many listening to the fake lying news. You are like a parrot just repeating what you hear from the mainstream news because you cannot actually think for yourself.
You and many others here have no real idea what is going on behind closed doors and much of what they are doing and saying is just to keep your focus away from the stuff they are actually doing.The Socialist, communist etc. want to keep you as uneducated as they can. IF they actually had stuff on Trump why haven't they already voted to impeach and started it instead of just running their lips about claims which they have not proven nor even started yet?
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- StarryskyLv 73 weeks ago
It is not the people who want him. It is the Federalist Society. This group of lawyers, judges and businessmen groom young law school grads to be interns and clerks to federal judges, then judges themselves. They approve the redistricting (or not) of the voting precincts. That occurs after every decade's census. Last one in 2010 was run by the Republican dominated government--federal courts and both parts of Congress. That tilted several states over to conservatives by marginalizing liberal voters. Spreading them thin and concentrating conservative voter areas into "gerrymandered districts" assured an electorate in many states that negated Democratic party candidates, and assured Republicans won seats in House and Senate in 2012 and after. It was by only slimmest of margins in four large Electoral College states totaling 176,000 more that tRump got in 2016 out of 195 million votes cast. That is less than 1/12th of 1 percent. So Clinton won the popular vote by a wide margin of several million, and lost the election.Source(s): Just because you think the USA is a democracy where every voter feels useful and has a say in government does not mean it is true. Politics and elections are run by organizations you have not heard of, populated by powerful men (mostly) you do not know. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalist_Society
- ggraves1724Lv 73 weeks ago
Republicans and Democrats alike have elements in their party that believe only what they read and hear from sources that lean in their direction. The truth be known, both parties tell fabricated and elaborate lies in order to better their position for the next election. In many cases, If they fail to tow the party lie there would more than likely be a financial threat from their National Committee (DNC or RNC). When people believe every platform, pledge or promise by their party they are simply lying to themselves and step dangerously close to becoming a Zealot or Party Activist. And for those who say I am full of it or just plain wrong.... I am talking about you!
the reason people voted for Trump is largely due to Clinton not being an acceptable option and there is also good reason why many did not want Obama Doctrine to continue..... It is a matter of opinion unless you fall into the above category
- TedExLv 73 weeks ago
Hey, isn't it so easier to join the lynch mob than it would be to defend the man?????
- YKhanLv 73 weeks ago
The Democrats have very little credibility themselves.
- SBR32277Lv 73 weeks ago
Most of the wrong doing is from the Democratic Party and liberal media. If you cannot rationally see this, you will not understand why Trump continues to gain support and why people are walking away from the Democratic Party. People always flock to what works, if people are flocking towards Trump, you should be questioning your rationality on the subject because you are missing something that the majority are seeing. I can tell you if I never left the Democratic bubble, I would view Trump as horrible because that is the narrative they are driving. It's only when you venture outside that bubble, you see the reality of what is truly going on.
- AnnLv 63 weeks ago
We have the best economy we've had in 70 years, particularly for Blacks and Latinos. He does what he says he's going to do. He fights back against attacks like yours. He hasn't done anything wrong but win.
- Karl HungusLv 73 weeks ago
People who want to work have jobs and the stock market is soaring.