Thanks for that. Some people just don't get it/care. On one news program yesterday , an interviewer was talking to people protesting against lockdown in the us and one at the end was saying Trump 2020.There's a series on Netflix called 'Dirty Money' which is a set of documentaries about different subjects one of which in the first series is focused on Donald Trump and showing how he's a total fraud and terrible at business. His Dad is essentially who Trumps makes himself out to be and it features the Apprentice producers horrified at his presidency and feel they are partially to blame as they made out he was a great business person despite the fact even when they were filming showing successful Trump projects worth huge amounts of money had already gone bust. In the second series they take an episode to focus on Jared Kushner and his property company which seem a good match for Trump, they were showing these properties built on the outskirts of towns that were a very poor standard not even meeting basic safety regulations.
On top of that tenants were subject to a destructive penalty fee system that would mean a payment being late even by a day was subject to fees and costs they weren't expecting so they'd then unintentionally 'miss' the next payment even though they had paid the normal amount on time. This would quickly snowball until the tenants couldn't afford it and were hammered even more so for it. The person speaking with them for the program had difficulty hiding their shock when some of these tenants made it clear they were ardent Trump supporters because 'he knows business' even though that business is totally screwing them over. I knew Trump initially had a lot of supporters in these rust belt communities but you'd have thought he would have lost many of them now as they realised he didn't give a toss about them but that doesn't seem the case.