President Donald Trump is more trusted than media outlets in the United States. It is a fact that could be easily seen from watching his recent election. The more he was attacked, the more his popularity poll went up. He lead the Republicans throughout the primaries—even when the media viciously attacked him for every word that came out of his mouth. More, he gained in the polls after having false accusations of racism thrown at him.
From Trump’s “Grab ’em by the…” moment, to the endless negative airtime he received nightly, you’d think him having no chance at winning an election for a local, dog catcher. That thought process doesn’t take his army of followers into consideration.
Trump’s supporters have a hard time trusting anyone who isn’t him. This is bad news for his enemies. If he dislikes them, so does a large portion of the America population ready to go against anyone unwilling to support their president.
Avoid being an enemy of Trump at all costs.
Trump has so many enemies, but he is actually said to be gaining supporters. His opponents have their own adversaries as well. It has been said that an “enemy of my enemy is my friend.” The president appears to be reaping benefits from those who previously didn’t support him—they witness his strength to annihilate those in his path.
“That’s the nice thing about being Trump and spotting enemies around every corner: the more enemies you spot, the more people who will agree with you that at least one of your enemies is their enemy too.”