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originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: crazyewok
So you're saying that he didn't generate billions through hard work? If I had a facepalm meme, I would include it in this post...
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: allsee4eye
originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: introvert
Running a Hotel is Not Considered Work to Support Your Family in your Opinion ? LOL , Your a Funny Guy.........
originally posted by: crazyewok
All I am saying is TRUMP is not a blue coller worker and he has nothing in common with any working or middle class person.
The final thing at play here is pretty obvious to any American who grew up in an even slightly rural environment: It's freaking awesome to get to sit behind the wheel of a truck! Look at President Trump's face in those photos. He's experiencing a wide range of emotions from "this is awesome" to "Get the F out of my way" to "America, *heck* yeah" exactly like each and every working/middle class American who doesn't drive a truck daily knows damn well they'd feel in the same situation. He may not have a blue collar pedigree, but he talks and acts like one of us often enough for many of us to relate to him.
When I see Trump standing on the corner outside of a Home Depot, waiting to hop in the back of a truck in order to find a days work to put groceries on the table, I'll consider him "blue collar"
originally posted by: introvert
When I see Trump standing on the corner outside of a Home Depot, waiting to hop in the back of a truck in order to find a days work to put groceries on the table, I'll consider him "blue collar".