Sure, whatever. I mean, Obama Disillusionment Syndrome just keeps on growing, right? To the extent that he's now coming in second-last in rankings of the best US Presidents, even in polls carried out in Illinois, NY and California. Trump Disillusionment Syndrome's inevitable. Will it ever get as bad as Obama Disillusionment Syndrome's become though? Somehow, I doubt it...
Obama? You know he’s not the president anymore, right?
Yep. But that's half the point. Supporters can't be truly disillusioned with a political leader until he/she fails to do what they pledged to do when they got elected in; and the trouble with that, regarding Trump, is that he's already done practically everything that he pledged to do (that most of his voters genuinely cared about, as opposed to being mere sound-bites- i. e, "Build a Wall and Make Mexico Pay for It") in his first term in office. And one can only really judge the legacy that a political leader has left behind once they've left office- hence the unprecedented growth of 'Obama Disillusionment Syndrome', because not only did he fail to do almost everything he pledged to do for those who voted him into office, but his legacy was to screw things up so badly for the Democrats that the most prominent member of their political establishment ran to succeed him with the largest budget of any presidential campaign in world history, almost twice as much as her opponent, and still managed to lose, by a significant margin, against freaking TRUMP.
That is why I said it was slowly beginning to reveal itself. People are beginning to see Trump for the con man he’s always been. They are becoming disillusioned. He doesn’t have to be out of office for people to wise up to the man he really is.
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