Would Trump have been so liberal with his stance on immigration had he not been so super rich?

Dallas, Texas
June 9, 2016 1:07pm CST
If any other candidate had the funds that Trump has, would the odds have been shifted? I THINK SO! If Trump is a conservative in as much as most Republicans are conservative, then why are so many liberals voting for this man? I think it's simple. The guy has money and power and influence in abundance so if other candidates had as much wealth as Trump would they have been so readily dismissed by the lefties or those on the right? That said, I believe in America. I do. But in politics? Oh no, not so much.
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@JohnRoberts (35758)
• Los Angeles, California
9 Jun 16
Remember Mitt Romney was quite wealthy. Joe Biden is awesomely wealthy thanks to marrying well. It's a fallacy that all rich people are evil Republicans. The majority of rich people are liberals and it was proven the majority of wealthy senators and congress people are liberals.
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• Dallas, Texas
9 Jun 16
There is enough salt and pepper to go around on both parties. I don't put all Republicans under the heading of highly wealthy as that is not all there is to it, but the fact that Donald Trump is so freaking rich he is a billionaire and he can afford lawyers to help him when he puts his foot in his mouth making remarks that other candidates would be heavily criticized for, liberal or democrat.
@JohnRoberts (35758)
• Los Angeles, California
9 Jun 16
@lookatdesktop Democrats are never remotely as criticized as Republicans. The entire media both TV and print are liberal save a few exceptions and they shield Dems. The mainstream liberal media did not show anti-Trump rioters burning the American flag and attacking defenseless women.
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• Dallas, Texas
9 Jun 16