Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election in 2016. Many people, a proportion of them being Democrat, claimed that Donald Trump was not their president. In one broadcast, a news team called those who voted for the president racist, xenophobic and uneducated. The hashtag "not my president" was viral throughout the first few weeks after his presidency was claimed. Listening to the stereotypes, Republicans presumably were the only ones to vote for this man—but according to BBC, 9 percent of Democrats, those who identified as registered Democrats, voted for Trump.



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