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About people gathered at the Minnesota capitol building in St. Paul, Minnesota, on March 4th, , to show support for Donald Trump. Research suggests such voters are driven by a combination of racial resentment and authoritarianism. Sociologist David Norman Smith cited both in a just-published paper , in which he argues hardcore Trump supporters "target minorities and women" and "favor domineering and intolerant leaders who are uninhibited about their biases. And yet, there's something puzzling about that equation. If authoritarians, by definition, revere authority, why would they support an anti-establishment candidate like Trump?

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It is not the first time that Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, has been in denial in the last three and a half years he has been at the Oval Office. But this time around even his cheerleading team is reluctant to go about with the routine. Just five months ago he was a seemingly invincible leader of the Free World, with the Democrats having shot themselves in the foot by way of an Impeachment Process that they perhaps foolishly believed would lead two dozen Republican Senators suddenly waking up to issues of morality and propriety and throw their President under the bus. Trump had the last laugh and the best one at that; and was seen as invincible getting into the Nov. More than 1. But as always, Trump is in total denial, not only of the chaos that has been brought around by the virus but is even questioning if there is anything called coronavirus which in his view is the figment of imagination of ill-meaning Democrats and Left-wing media houses and journalists.

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