A liberal went to a Trump rally to find out what it's like for himself. What do you think he was most surprised by about Trump supporters?
Samuel Donner, a Los Angeles liberal, was admittedly nervous when he was headed to a Trump rally.
Once he got there he was completely surprised by his treatment. “Going in I was expecting aggression,” Donner said in a video played on “Fox and Friends” with Steve Doocy, “but I actually experienced a lot of kindness.”
During the video, Donner approached strangers and asked, "Want to be friends?"
Donner described the Memphis Trump rally as “was much more friendly than what I was expecting."
“Growing up in L.A., you think these events are going to be like very aggressive and also I was just kind of saying that I was a liberal, but I was absolutely like baffled that people wanted to talk and would actually be friends with me when I asked — ‘Want to be friends?’ And they said ‘Yes.’”
Donner's project has the goal of finding a common ground among people. “At the end of the day, humans have a lot more common ground than we’re led to believe.”
Donner said his friends were surprised by his trip. "They’re like ‘You’re going to like Memphis, one of like the homicide capitals of the world and of the country. And there’s a lot of gun violence over there and then you’re going to a Trump rally on top of that?’
“It seemed fairly scary and I think that’s honestly what I wanted to test — like can I go into what I thought was the most hostile environment that I could?” Donner said.
“But when I went,” he continued, “I told [my friends], it was actually fairly friendly and I think, again, it’s just about starting those conversations.”
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