It's possible this might have been mentioned and discussed already because I haven't been to this thread in some time now and lack the energy to scroll back many pages to find out, but in case it hasn't been, thought I'd highlight the fact that President Trump's recent appearance at the World Series (where he broke with a century-old tradition by refusing to throw out the first pitch) was met with loud booing, followed by chants of "LOCK..HIM..UP! LOCK..HIM..UP!" from the 41,000 attendees. At one point, some of the attendees unfurled a banner reading "IMPEACH TRUMP!" Even Fox News struggled to spin the scene in his favor, with one of their commentators arguing that the baseball fans in the audience should be "held accountable" for disrespecting the president, whatever that means.
I think that's probably the first time Trump has ever stepped outside his bubble of support. Seriously, like every public appearance he makes is either just with the press or in a safe space like a campaign rally where only supporters are allowed in. For perhaps the first time in his political career, he finally stepped outside that bubble to occupy the same space as a whole bunch of real, normal people, not screened for political allegiance, to learn, probably for the first time, that he's not actually popular and well-loved after all. You can see the shock and horror take over his face as he eventually discovers that he's the one being booed in the footage. I think getting a brief taste of what most people think of him was probably the healthiest thing he's done his entire tenure so far.
What I mean is that Trump really seems to generally live in a world where he appears to only supporters on the one hand (like his staff, who he can fire if they disagree with him, or his rallies where only supporters are allowed in) or else at press events. My point being that this dynamic doubtless leaves him with the impression that it's only the press that dislikes him and real, ordinary people love him. Now he has discovered otherwise.
As to people who attend the World Series, it's worth pointing out that said tickets are priced high for a reason: because they're highly sought after. Baseball has been traditionally known as "the American past time". It seems weird to suggest that baseball fans aren't normal Americans.
It is healthy for him to get out and get a taste of what all the people think from time to time, but based on his facial expressions, while he is showing bruise to his ego, there is clearly also disappointment in there, and not about himself. While Trump wants them to like him, you can also see he thinks they are mislead.
There's many ways you could look at this, like the naysayers who point out that Trump does many things that make America look bad to the rest of the world, yet plenty of people worldwide are going to see this, and so how is that helping the worldview of America? Also, you could say he kinda asked for it since he started the whole lock her up thing, yet at the same time, it's the naysayers who've been complaining he shouldn't be doing that because it's wrong, and now here they are doing exactly that. If you're Trump, are you really going to believe what they're saying here holds water, if it goes against what they've said initially about lock her up and making America look bad worldwide?
Should Trump have started it in the first place? Was it wrong? If it's wrong, should you follow suit? Would that make you as bad as him? Then who should listen and give merit to either side?
No President has ever had all of the people on their side during their time in office, and so negativity is going to get thrown their way at some point at times, especially in certain places. What matters most is the majority. A small amount of loud people in a small space, does not negate the many quieter people countrywide. It also doesn't mean a leader should turn a blind eye to that small group, but he has to focus more so on the majority, otherwise, what you get is Trump. There is a reason they say that the "silent majority" showed up for the 2016 election.
Lastly, if Trump actually was able to try and talk and reason with these chanters at the game, do you think it would likely lead anywhere constructive? If not, then why put yourself in situations like that? You go where people will be reasonable, where you can actually get things accomplished, which the media rarely covers because it doesn't get ratings. They show him either getting pummeled by his naysayers, or they sometimes show him being praised by his most devout followers. The majority is somewhere in between those extreme's, and so why aren't they being covered?
The "silent majority", also happens to be seen as the 'boring majority', unfortunately.
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