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Trump Complains about protesters after calling for Revolution in 2012. Do you believe the new President-Elect is a Hypocrite?

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  • Yes, Trump has a way of saying one thing and going back on his word.

    Trump seems to believe that the democratic process is fine, but only when it works for him. He should attempt to quell the protests. Even though Trump won the popular vote, he lost the electoral vote, which is what is required for the Presidency. It's how the system was designed in the Constitution, so it should be accepted no matter what we may think of the President-elect. The electoral college vote has actually not been finalized.

  • Yes, I believe the new President-Elect is a hypocrite.

    Yes, I believe the new President-Elect is a hypocrite because he says whatever makes him feel good. He will go back on everything he once believed in if it helps him today. He has no beliefs that he has maintained. He does not care about the planet, he only cares for himself.

  • Yes he is.

    Yes, i believe that the new President-Elect is a hypocrite. This is because of his actions. It is evidenced by his complains about protesters after calling for revolution in 2012. He should not dwell in the best. If anything he should focus on the protesters interests and address their issues.

  • Donald Trump, the man for which the word hypocrite was created!

    Yes, I believe that Donald Trump is a hypocrite for complaining about protestors. Especially as his entire campaign was built on cheering on those who protested against Hillary Clinton. He sets a tone with all of his speeches that tells his followers that it's okay to be brash and "in your face" but only when the tables are turned and the protests are about him does he have a problem.

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