It’s hard to go a split second and not be blasted by another soul-curdling headline screaming about Trump’s latest lead in the polls, about the dumb violence erupting at his puerile monster truck rallies, about the angry yelps of the sort-of-disenfranchised working classes – a nervous, easily duped demographic that appears to have no clue that their billionaire savior actually despises them and their non-billionaire loser lives far more than the rigged political system he claims to be upending. But the fact is worthy of remembering: Trump is not at all liked. He’s just sort of shockingly unpopular, and the disgust and distaste – stemming from here to Europe, from Japan to the remote jungles of New Guinea – varies only between “staggering distaste” and “get-me-off-this-planet revulsion,” and runs across all demographics, genders, political orientations, animal kingdoms, plant species.
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Sheila Samples is an Oklahoma writer and a former civilian US Army Public Information Officer. She is a Managing Editor for OpEd News, and a regular contributor for a variety of Internet sites.