Many will never forgive him for his disgraceful campaign, but having got here we have to give him a chance.
We protested him during the campaign, and why should we stop just because he's president? If anything I would think that means we should be protesting more.
Trump doesn't deserve Presidency, he didn't fairly win because Hillary received the popular vote while trump got elected because of those sexist electoral colleges. Trump had a chance already to apologize for the things he has said over and over again but has yet to show respect to his own citizens.
He's got his chance and he doesn't need me for it. I won't be watching any television news for the next four years because I cannot stand the man's voice, looking at him, loathe his personality, and I disagree with those who said he won "fair and square." He did not. He won because Russia and Assange illegally hacked Democratic emails systems and because the FBI corrupted itself to help him win. That is not winning fair and square. It's in fact winning by people rigging the system for you, ironically enough. Obviously I hope Trump doesn't fail as president, which is what I expect will happen as he is completely unfit and unprepared for that job. But it's been only two days and he's already done an about-face on the very things he ran on, the hate, the disunity, the epithets toward Clinton and Obama. Trump is a conman, a fraud. I cannot get behind someone who is a conman and a fraud. Instead, I'll wait until the fools who voted for him realize what they've done.
People say "give Trump a chance" but I believe the things he says and what he plans to do are not morally okay and that is a very valid reason to exercise freedom of speech and protest. I respect that he won the Presidency but will protest against the policies and hatred he supports.