Support for President-elect Donald Trump transcends the boundaries of race, religion, ethnicity and even country.
Consider, for instance, the support of Nadyar Zawiti, an Iraqi restaurant owner who chose to honor America’s incoming president by naming his Kurdistan restaurant “Trump Fish.”
Regarding why his support for the U.S. president-elect ran so deep, Zawiti pointed specifically to Trump’s tough demeanor.
“What I admire about Trump’s personality is that he’s decisive, he’s tough, and hopefully with that toughness he’ll finish ISIS off,” he said, as reported by CNN, adding that he had heard the president-elect on TV during the campaign praising Kurdish forces and promising to arm them in their battle against the Islamic State group.
— Duhok Post (@Duhokpost) December 5, 2016
Moreover, Zawiti reportedly shrugged off Trump’s proposed Muslim immigration ban and even shared his hope of one day opening a new branch of “Trump Fish” near the White House.
Despite living thousands of miles away from the United States, this Iraqi business owner seemed to possess more love for America than the average American liberal.
— Nader Itayim (@ncitayim) December 18, 2016
Surprisingly, Zawiti was not the only patriot residing in Iraq. Fellow Iraqi citizen Hassan Jamil, a peshmerga fighter reportedly on leave, named his recently newborn baby Trump Hassan Jamil.
“I called him Trump because he (Trump) is charismatic and has clear policies and that’s why he won the election,” Jamil said regarding his decision.
These amazing acts of fealty toward a president who does not even represent them ought to inspire at least some introspection among radical leftists — particularly those who have responded to Trump’s election victory by acting like big babies.
These two Iraqis could have chosen to focus on the president-elect’s more negative traits and/or policies, but instead they opted to embrace him almost as if he were a brother. Though citizens of another nation, they sure have a lot they could teach America’s many liberals.
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