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It might sound strange, but President Trump sometimes manages to scare his own supporters. It’s true. He says things that most politicians wouldn’t dare say, and because we’ve become so accustomed to the artificial politeness of the Washington, D.C. charade, when someone speaks honestly and goes against the “fake flow” it can unsettle many conservatives. That’s why you’ll hear some on our side complain about Trump’s “mean tweets” or express a desire for him to tone it down. They get nervous when the status quo is disrupted, especially when the entire media and political establishment join forces to attack him. It can be overwhelming for some people, leaving them feeling uneasy.

Recently, Trump called out the very popular former Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for her insistent Trump-bashing and spreading falsehoods regarding polls on Fox News. Here’s what he said in a Truth post:


Many conservative Trump supporters were really uneasy about this tweet, arguing that Trump was abandoning someone who had defended him fiercely and taken bullets for him. However, these people overlooked the fact that Kayleigh, a former CNN pundit and vocal “NeverTrump” critic of Trump, surprised many when she switched sides and joined his administration. To her credit, she did a great job in her role during her time there. However, once the job ended she resumed her attacks on him, which is her choice. President Trump, on the other hand, has the right to defend himself against those attacks, and he did so in his characteristic Trump fashion.

That’s probably why Sean Hannity brought up the idea of Trump “toning it down.” But the crowd wasn’t having any of it, and they made sure Hannity knew exactly how they felt. President Trump responded honestly, saying, “If I wasn’t tough, I wouldn’t be standing here today. I can guarantee you that. If I didn’t fight back, I wouldn’t be where I am right now.”

He’s right.

The challenges Trump faces are not for the faint of heart, and not many people could endure what he has gone through and will continue to face. It’s easy to criticize him from the comfort of a “safe space” where neither you nor your family are under constant attack from all sides. Trump has come this far and endured this long due to his remarkable ability to handle difficult situations and fiercely fight back anyone who targets him, even soft, delicate, pretty ladies.