Donald Trump was the 45th president of the United States. He defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and became the first without prior military or government service. Trump was defeated by Joe Biden in the 2020 election. Before his presidency, he was a real-estate developer and a TV personality, best perceived as the host of “The Apprentice,” but Donald Trump wasn’t loved by people as much as others. Have you ever thought about why people hate Trump so much?
Why do people hate Trump?
Former President Trump is perceived by Democrats as arrogant, rude, combative, crude, offensive, crass, and politically incorrect. Several Democrats think him to be xenophobic, a megalomaniac, a racist, an Islamophobe, a homophobe, and a misogynist. But what is so fascinating about Democratic hatred for Trump is there is no ideological basis for it.
The upcoming midterms in the United States are fascinating for the reason that the Democrats have no issues. The economy is flourishing, and America’s international position is robust. In foreign affairs, the U.S. follows what Machiavelli told princes five centuries ago, “Do not seek to be loved, seek to be feared.” This is in contrast with the Obama years, which must be painful for any leftist. The Kavanaugh fight will exist as identification of the Democratic Party’s intellectual bankruptcy, the flashing red lamp on the dashboard that says “Empty.” The left is crushed. This occurred earlier in the 1980s, ’90s, and the 2000s, but then the financial catastrophe appeared to protect liberalism from certain destruction. Leftists now pray that Robert Mueller will put on his Superman costume and protect them again.
What is it that has engendered so much deep hatred for Trump among the Left?
The left’s only issue, for now, is “we hate Trump.” This seems to be informative hatred since what the left hates about Trump is literally what it hates about America. The implications are painful and significant.
The leftists hate Trump’s vulgarity, his bluntness, his unwillingness to walk away from a fight, his distrust of intellectuals, his certainty that America is exceptional, his love of simple ideas that work, and his refusal to acknowledge that men and women are interchangeable. Above all, he has no philosophy except for getting the job done. Trump’s goals are to do the task before him, not be pushed around, and otherwise enjoy life. In brief, he is a typical American, except exaggerated, because he has no regulations to restrain his style other than the ones he invents.
Trump lacks limitations because he is rich, and unlike other wealthy men, he rejoices in wealth and believes there is no need to apologize ever. He never discovered to keep his real opinions to himself because he never had to. He never learned to be offended that he is male, with ordinary male proneness. Occasionally he has behaved toward women disgracefully, for which Americans, left and right, are ashamed of him, as they are of Bill Clinton and JFK.
The difference between citizens who hate Donald Trump and those who love him or merely tolerate him comes down to their impressions of the natural American, the farmer, auto mechanic, factory hand, transfer, machinist, clerk, shop owner, truck driver, software engineer, housewife, and infantryman.
It is not because of the philosophical difference. Both the Right and the Left including Trumpfavorur aspects like Social Security, welfare, farm subsidies, income taxation, trade restrictions, Medicare, the Pentagon, the CIA, the NSA, the FBI, foreign bases, foreign interventionism, coups, alliances with dictators, much more socialism, interventionism, regulation, militarism, and empire.
The hatred did not begin with the recent Capitol melee. It started at the very beginning of Trump’s administration. The hatred so depleted the left and the mainstream press that they wasted the first two years satisfying themselves falsely that Trump was a confidential Russian agent whose task was to give up America into the grips of the nation’s Cold War rival. When that inquiry went nowhere, it was commemorated by Impeachment I, which also went nowhere. Impeachment II gives another good instance of the deep hatred that eats these people.
Trump might run again in 2024. He already has abundant millions of dollars in the bank to fund another run. The thing the Democrats and the mainstream press wish is to have Trump back on the campaign yelling, “End the stealing by electing me again.” following their obvious purpose to permanently bury any source of the possibility of cheating in the 2020 election, including by censoring people or simply naming them as a betrayer, to have Trump running again spouting off about a false election would be their horrible dream. An impeachment conviction followed by a disqualification voting would end that threat.
From a libertarian perspective, Trump’s period has been an absolute disaster. His Berlin Wall along the border, which he assured would be paid for by Mexico but was funded illegally by utilizing Pentagon slush funds. His violent trade war with China. His persistence in the CIA’s and Pentagon’s forever wars that he guaranteed to end. His fatal and harmful sanctions against Iran. He ignited a hardship with North Korea. Many more are against the principles of libertarianism.
Despite Trump’s antilibertarian actions, there is no intense hatred among libertarians for the man as there is among people of the left. Various libertarians even respect or like Mr. Trump.
No matter his failures, faults, and poor policy, the one fundamental fact about Donald Trump is that he is not like the rest of the Democrats or Republican politicians or their supporters or followers in the mainstream press. During his campaign, he called out all. He questioned their sandbox or their swamp. He seemed to be inclined to take on the military and its forever wars, the intelligence community, and its nefarious, dark-side activities. Trump garnered lots of assistance and votes for that stance.
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