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The foreign policy of Obama and Clinton is a disaster, because it has intensified the tensions with Russia and China. Besides it has produced some failed states in the Middle East and finally a refugee crisis. But the worst is that Obama rejects the constitution, what Clinton wants to continue: to ignore the representatives of the people in Congress and to simply implement political rules down from above. Read more:

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"Trump understands us better than anybody else"

Daniel Bonevac‘s vote for Donald Trump had above all one reason: "He stands on our side", said the professor of philosophy.

Trump followers are frustrated, older, white men with little education? By no means. Philosophy professor Daniel Bonevac from Austin explains his election decision for the Republican.

Daniel Bonevac is philosophy professor at the University Austin, Texas, and teaches among other things ethic and Christian philosophy. The 61-year-old is confessing Trump voter.

Professor Bonevac, you have voted for Trump out of conviction and the Republican is now really to become the next US president. When did that become clear for you in the election night?

Daniel Bonevac: As Donald Trump had won Wisconsin, I thought for the first time a victory possible. But I could not really believe it, until also Pennsylvania went to him. As it finally was certain, I was very releaved.

Do you above all support Trump or generally the Republican candidate?

I generally believe in the Republican philosophy – that the government creates the space for freedom, the framework, in which men can realize their ideas of good. And Trump I simply like, because he is a fighter.

As someone who has enjoyed a high education and has already written several books, you do not exactly meet the image of the typical Trump voter, whom one at least in Europe thinks to be rather poorly educated.

Well, that is not really so. In that quarter in the south of Pittsburgh, in which I grew up, almost no-one went to college. Many of my relatives still live there; most of them have worker jobs – and are vehement Trump followers.

But you are no worker, but university professor. And nevertheless you voted for him.

That has above all one reason: He stands on our side. Trump wants to protect the interests of the USA and its citizens and aligns his political endeavours accordingly. He wants to strengthen America economically, militarily and culturally. He wants to create more work places (above all for those who have hardly profited from the newest economic upturn) and protect the country from terrorism. Besides he, differently than the incumbent government, defends the constitution and the system of checks and balances.

Because you just mentioned the incumbent government: Was the election one rather against Hillary Clinton and the system, for which she stands, than one for Donald Trump?

Many voted indeed for Trump to prevent the progressive ideas of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Take the Middle West, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio, or also Pennsylvania: Many, who still were for Obama four years ago, have now voted for Trump. That was certainly a decision against Hillary Clinton. But also saw in Trump someone who was on their side, something that they have missed with other Republican candidates.

What do you accuse the incumbent government of?

Some few rich have profited from Obama’s economic politics, but not most of the US citizens. The strongly increasing immigration threatens the salaries and possibilities of those who work in the jobs with poor qualifications. The racist tensions are higher than in the past decades. Obamacare threatens to collapse; the foreign policy of Obama and Clinton is a disaster, because it has intensified the tensions with Russia and China. Besides it has produced some failed states in the Middle East and finally a refugee crisis. But the worst is that Obama rejects the constitution, what Clinton wants to continue: to ignore the representatives of the people in Congress and to simply implement political rules down from above. No-one has voted for stopping the coal mining, to stop parts of the immigration laws, to end the due university reforms or to set up transgender toilets and changing rooms. Nobody has voted for that to let political correctness decide what one is allowed to say and what not. The people are tired of getting an extremist vision forced upon them, which they have not agreed to.

 

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