In the run-up to Election Day, Donald Trump supporters started posting videos and photos on social media about their frustrations with the outcome of the election, which included the Electoral College losing the popular vote.
“It was the most incredible, it was the saddest, it wasn’t even close,” one person said in a video.
“We’ve been treated like shit.”
“This election is not a joke,” another posted.
“This is the last chance we have to make America great again.”
Many of the Trump supporters are not only frustrated but angry about the country’s failure to elect a Republican president.
They want a president who would put America first and not be beholden to special interests.
They believe that a Trump administration would take action to address the opioid crisis and other problems that have plagued the country.
But what if the Donald were president?
“Trump is not going to stop, he is not giving up, he’s going to keep doing it,” said Brian St. Clair, a former White House adviser and political strategist who now runs a consulting firm called Winning Strategies.
“He has been in the public eye since before he became a candidate.
He has the ability to make people think twice about voting for him.”
It’s a claim that many in Trump’s base have already made.
“If Trump becomes president, we will have to live with the consequences of the presidency for the next three years,” a man in a “Trump” t-shirt told The Hill in January.
The person, who identified himself as a Trump supporter, said he was not aware of any efforts to investigate the president or any efforts by his administration to enact his agenda.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment.
A former Trump administration official told the Washington Post that the president was “not interested” in working with a Republican Senate.
“I think he is more interested in taking care of his own ego than actually getting things done,” the former official said.
The Trump campaign did not return requests for comment from Fox News.
The man in the Trump t-shirts was not the first Trump supporter to make the claim that he was the real winner of the 2016 election.
Earlier this year, Trump tweeted a video claiming that the Democratic Party had won the popular votes because it “hacked the election and didn’t get the electoral college.”
“You have two votes,” the video said.
“Vote Trump, or we will win.”
The video was a response to a tweet from Democrat Bernie Sanders, who tweeted that the GOP “hacks the election” and the Democratic party “doesn’t get electoral college votes.”
In a video posted to YouTube, Trump claimed that the Republican Party “hates” him because he won the Electoral Vote and that the Democrats “hate” him for winning the popular election.
The president also suggested that he would be able to beat Hillary Clinton in a landslide in 2020.
“When the election is over, we’re going to be looking at the millions of votes we have, we’ll be looking back and we’ll have a lot of people saying, ‘Well, I got that, I’m the president,'” he said.