In fact, many trust Trump more than family, friends, the media, and religious figures.
According to the poll, 71 percent of Trump supporters believe what he says is true, even though he told more than 30,000 lies during his four-year tenure. according to the Washington Post.
This compares with 63 percent who believe in family and friends, 56 percent who trust conservative media figures, and 42 percent who trust their religious leaders.
Hasan wrote in a message on X, aka Twitter, that this detail “will haunt me to my last days”:
The same poll found Trump’s lead over his closest rival is growing as he is now 46 percentage points ahead of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is at 16 percent.
The first Republican presidential debate is on Wednesday, but Trump announced over the weekend that he would not be attending.
Others on social media were also stunned by the new details about Trump’s constituents: