• He expected loyalty from all of the Republicans but got stabbed in the back by what could have been most of them. Dems and Repubs might be on different sides of the aisle, but when they've been entrenched in their elected offices for as long as they have, many of them became corrupt - they sought the riches they could get from the office instead of concerning themselves with the needs of the people. Trump came in, threatened to expose them, and they joined forces to take him out. Only a few stayed loyal to Trump. I am loyal to Trump. Even in my sleep, I know what is right and what is wrong.
    • Hulk70166
      If what you say is true why didn't Trump put his assets in a blind trust if he wasn't interested in using his office to make money?
    • Army Veteran
      What money did he make from his job as President? You want to compare "fringe benefits" with Nancy Pelosi (insider trading), Hillary Clinton (the pay-for-play "Clinton Foundation"), and the Biden crime syndicate (and its extortion of Ukraine officials or the selling of his office to China)? Did you fall and hit your head as a child or are you naturally that way?
    • Army Veteran
      Hate Trump all you want, but he was still more popular on Jan 6 than Biden is now.
    • Vampire Of My Own Heart
      Not it’s a good idea to be popular on January 6th. Those who did were convicted. I for one prefer to keep a low profile or in the shadows so I’m least expected.
    • Army Veteran
      Only the Conservatives were convicted. The ones behind it never faced charges.
  • No...but, then, I'm not former White House staff, nor former follower.
  • I have nothing to say bad about him or good about him

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