In President Trump’s first 100 days, Trump supporters have finally realized that the orange-faced businessman was a huge mistake. Trump’s latest budget cuts which attack the social safety net and programs relied on by the working class and elderly Americans, along with his so-called Obamacare replacement plan–triggered something in Trump voters–especially since their access to health insurance would no longer be affordable.
Now, Trump supporters are openly embracing their oversight. A photo of a man named James Walker, who wore his “Make America Great Again” cap and held up a sign that sais “I’VE MADE A HUGE MISTAKE,” is going viral on Twitter. Walker told The Guardian’s David Smith, “This is the first step: showing up and being honest.”
Trump voter James Walker, 31, from Nashville, says: “This is the first step: showing up and being honest.” pic.twitter.com/kP1vLUHxNl
— David Smith (@SmithInAmerica) March 15, 2017
Alas, the buyer’s remorse has sunk in. At this point, we all need to stand together to deter Trump and his sell-out administration for the sake of our great nation. For what it’s worth, this man deserves props for being one of the first to publicly admit that Donald Trump is a fake populist. He has fooled his supporters into thinking he has their best interest at heart–when in reality, he doesn’t. The is a great first step for America.
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