Excerpt from an article in The Guardian:
They [Trump supporters] think the president is off to a fine start, with understandable hiccups given the extent to which he and his people are honest-to-God government outsiders. They echo White House strategist Steve Bannon’s labeling of the media as “the opposition party” and blame the press for trying to tear Trump down. They see the protesters as petulant malcontents and repeat Trump’s accusation that some of them are surely getting paid to demonstrate.
— “Hiccups”? … More like stumble and fall down flat on your face.
— “Government outsiders”? … Well, yes — because they’re his billionaire friends who don’t have a clue about how government works.
— “The media as ‘the opposition party'”? … More like the truth-telling party.
— “Blame the press”? … Bwwaaaahhaaaa! tRump is doing it all by himself.
— “Protesters as petulant malcontents”? … More like sane-thinking individuals who are trying to get the rest of the world to do the same.
— “Paid to demonstrate”? … Nope! They’re doing it for free and out of the concern for this country! In fact, most would probably turn down any financial perks.
The individual the article spotlighted rated Trump’s first three weeks in office as pretty near perfect. She added, “I haven’t seen anyone back away from Trump. I haven’t seen anyone doubt. I haven’t seen any retreat.” (Has she been living in a cave?)
“Trump is medicine for the American people [and] in two years they’re going to feel so much better.”