What most do agree on, however, is what’s gone wrong: All those tweets.
“I do like the way he’s shaken things up in numerous ways, but I definitely would like him to be more presidential,” says Margie Chandler, a business manager from Old Monroe, Missouri. “He doesn’t know when to stop talking.”
“Some of his tweets are, like, what the hell does this have to do with running the country?” says Francis Smazal, a registered nurse from Marshfield, Wis.
Chandler and Smazal are members of the USA TODAY Trump Voter Panel, a sort of free-floating focus group of 25 Trump voters from across the country who have been weighing in every other month or so.
Do they really sound like “Trump supporters” to you?
They certainly don’t sound like any Trump supporters that I know.
Back in September, the Washington Post reported on a survey that supposedly showed that nearly 70 percent of all Americans want Trump to stop tweeting…
Most Americans (67 percent) think that President Trump is not level-headed.
Most Americans (56 percent) think that Trump is not fit to serve as president.
Most Americans (69 percent) think that Trump should stop tweeting from his personal account.
With these surveys, so much depends on how they ask the questions.
For example, by injecting the phrase “from his personal account”, there is an inference that he should be using an official White House account instead.
And like the polls that showed that Hillary Clinton would win the election, I have a feeling that they are just simply wrong.
Every Trump supporter that I know wants to hear even more from Trump. They love that he is not controlled by the establishment, and the elite still deeply resent him for being an outsider.
For example, a story that was just released by the New York Times talks about how much the Bushes hate Trump…
President Trump is not a favorite in the extended Bush household. Former President George Bush considers him a “blowhard,” only interested in feeding his own ego. Former President George W. Bush, his son, thinks Mr. Trump fans public anger and came to office without any understanding of the job.
And both worry that Mr. Trump has blown up a Republican Party that they spent two lifetimes building, a party that was once committed to removing boundaries to trade and immigration, promoting democracy and civil society and asserting a robust American leadership role in the world, according to an author who has interviewed them.
The author that interviewed the Bushes is named Mark K. Updegrove, and he is about to release a new book entitled “The Last Republicans”. One of the things that is revealed in this new book is that George W. Bush did not vote for Trump and neither did his father…
Furthermore, both ex-presidents admitted they did not vote for Trump. The elder Bush pulled the lever for Democrat Hillary Clinton while the younger told Updegrove he voted for “none of the above.”
I can’t even begin to tell you how disgusted I am with George H.W. Bush for voting for Hillary Clinton.
But this just demonstrates the fundamental shift that is taking place in our nation. We are taking over the Republican Party, and it will never be run by people like the Bushes ever again.
The Trump revolution is here, and the next step in that revolution is the 2018 mid-term elections. Since my district is so conservative, the main battle is the Republican primary next May, and I need your support in order to win.
I am proud to stand with President Trump, and if you want him to keep on tweeting, please like and share this article.
The establishment would like to put an end to the fire that Trump has started, but we are going to fan the flames of this political revolution until it sweeps the entire nation. We are here to take our government back, and we are not going to allow the left to stop us.