And so out of a U.S. population of 250,000,000 eligible voters, roughly 30 percent actually voted for our president-elect -- and I'm willing to bet a great deal of those did it only because they hated Hillary's guts as much as the left hates Trump. For the American people, this was a battle of spite -- the political equivalent of the ending of Se7en. And now that we've purposefully failed this Jigsaw trap, the "victors" aren't exactly whistling "We Are The Champions."
In short, no matter who had won, they were going to start as the least popular president in a long while. Only here's the one key difference: Unlike Trump, Hillary Clinton has endured 30 goddamn years of grade-A American bullshit ... whereas T-Money can't handle so much as a SNL sketch or reasoned plea without a 12-hour Twitter whine-and-jeez party.
Typical rich white men, ALWAYS demanding safe spaces ...
I hate to break this to you, future-President Trump (we both know you read all my work), but even popular presidents get booed a whole lot. Obama was a brainy personified bear hug of a man, and even he got 30 death threats a day. Because no matter your charm, there is always going to be a large group of people getting triple-screwed by the system. And policies and party completely aside, Donald Trump has no charm. In fact, Donald J. Trump has all the social and sexual appeal of a maternity ward fire. He'll be the first president with less charisma than the foam puppet version Gwar slaughters on stage.