Trump supporters

Two Kinds of Trump Supporters

Ross Kaminsky, The American Spectator

Most supporters of our current president who will walk through a wall of fire for him do it not because they love the way he governs but because they are beyond furious with the lies, malfeasance, and incompetence of the “other side” writ large (which, as I noted above, includes some members of the president’s own party) and a belief deep in their bones that politicians of both parties have sold us down the river, for their own benefits, for decades.

Where Not to Eat in DC During the Inauguration

If you are attending the Inauguration and wish to avoid patronizing establishments that support organizations, like Planned Parenthood, with “agendas that are effectively the opposite of the incoming president’s” here's the list, as of January 5, of restaurants to avoid.

Maybe stop calling Trump supporters dumb

Ashe Schow, Washington Examiner

Having an alternative view doesn't make someone "dumb," and dismissing those without a college degree who voted for Trump as such is precisely part of what motivated them to vote for Trump in the first place.

The Meaning of Deplorable

Ben Stein, The American Spectator

This woman, who just uttered the most vile slanders against men and women whose only sin is supporting a candidate who dares to oppose her, who dares to oppose the media/Wall Street/White House buddy system, says that only she is “temperamentally fit” to be President. Really? Temperamentally fit to work for the KGB is more like it.

Hillary’s Deplorables Remark A Dog Whistle To The Leftwing Elite

Hillary Clinton's "basket of deplorables" remark was not merely, as her campaign later tried to explain, a criticism of the #AltRight, it was a dog whistle to the Leftwing elite that half of Donald Trump’s supporters are not admissible to polite society and are to be shunned as holding illegitimate views that are unworthy of discussion.

About Those Loser 'Trumpkins'

William McGurn, Wall Street Journal

On TV, through Twitter and in person Mr. Trump has long made clear that his epithet of choice for those who disagree with him is “loser.” How ironic that the same people most loudly complaining about what a vulgarian Donald Trump is are now using the same insult to dismiss the ordinary Republican voters who happen to disagree with them.