There’s a distinction between the average Republican and the fervent Trump supporter. They are groups of people who can easily get along, but understanding the difference is important.
We’re not talking about the few holdout “never Trumpers.” No, this is about the underlying reasons some people openly praise our President’s success and others silently thank him in their minds.
An average Republican likes President Trump. It’s mostly because they love his policies and what’s he done for the job market and economy. There’s no questioning that he’s been massively successful on that front.
Still, many are made uncomfortable by the direct and often aggressive nature of his Twitter account and rhetoric in general. It’s why they just shut their mouths when the lefties go off on their rants.
The true Trump supporter isn’t shy about their position. This is because they don’t just believe in the policy. They believe in the man himself. In reality, a big part of this comes from actually having interacted with President Trump. For most conservatives, the difference between being an average Republican and a true Trump supporter his hearing him speak live.
If you get the chance, you really should jump on it. It’s not just the energy and the personality that he brings to his rallies and live speeches. There’s an indescribable factor that makes it much easier to relate to the man instead of his political office.
This video helps paint this picture. It’ll give you an idea of why true Trump supporters are still growing in number, but if you get the chance, you should still aim to experience it firsthand.