Worse, trump is a low functioning psychopath, they tend not to do very well for themselves. People think Trump is successful, in some ways he has been but in a lot of many ways he wasn't. Given the right circumstances, a low functioning psychopath came into money courtesy of his father and here and there more than a few business went bankrupt. He seems to appeal to the lowest class of individuals in america, he's the idea of what a poor man's rich man should be.
Well, Trump is a multi billionaire and simultaneously President of the USA. Yeah, I think some people would consider that as successful. You don't think so?
He seems to appeal to the lowest class of individuals in america, he's the idea of what a poor man's rich man should be.
When you make a statement like that, you should back it up with some data, like this:
In terms of income among Trump supporters, you’ll find roughly equal numbers of high-income, middle-income and low-income voters. According to data from a national NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll conducted online from March 7 through March 13, the share of Trump supporters who make more than $100,000 per year is almost exactly the same as the share of Trump supporters who make less than $50,000 (and that’s true even when you just look at white Trump supporters). Trump gets just as much of his support from the richest Americans as he does from the poorest.
According to data from the same NBC News|SurveyMonkey Tracking Poll, Trump is currently the front-runner among every income and education group in the GOP. A plurality of every corner of the GOP is lined up behind him right now. In fact, he does best among very wealthy voters without college degrees, such as small business owners.
It’s not just the less fortunate who are drawn to Trump’s message – the billionaire’s appeal is much wider within the GOP.
Or, do you mean something else when you say “lowest class”?
Do you care to clarify your meaning?