You have to realize something about a good chunk of Republicans. A great many of them have no idea what Republicans do or what they stand for. They will continue to vote on every (R) on every ballot for 1 of 2 reasons (or both.) Guns & Abortion. As long as Democrats continue to push for more gun restrictions and abortion rights, a good chunk of (backwards) America will always denounce Democrats and vote Republican. Even for people like Trump. Now, while Florida isn't technically one of the most southern states (ideology wise, not geographically) it still has its fair share of hicks and and unreasonable cunts. And I know people personally (and I live in an urban area) who voted Trump for the very 2 reasons above.
Trump doesn't have this huge following as most people (especially non-Americans) think they do. Places like The_Donald on Reddit and various trolls on Twitter might have you thinking otherwise, but it isn't the case. Trump won the presidency due to a few reasons:
- As stated above, the GOP has brainwashed a huge chunk of their constituents to vote against their own benefit as long as guns stay untouched and abortions banned, thus always voting Republican no matter the candidate.
- The strife among the DNC and millennials. The DNC robbed Bernie Sanders (a candidate whose only real flaw is that he was 74) of a fair fight in the primaries and gave in to the establishment and feminists who demand a female President and believe it is sexist to even vote against a woman. This caused a lot of people to either not vote (myself being one) in the general election or even voted against Hillary just out of spite.
- Russia collaboration. I shouldn't need to go into this fully as it is everywhere in the news right now.
But obviously, there are some nuts who actually believe in Trump and think he's a good President, but they are a small minority and most of them probably don't even care about Politics or the country itself, they just find the man himself to be amusing (which I think everyone does to an extent.)
Recent headlines might have everyone hopeful but I don't think he will be getting impeached. Both Ryan (House) and McConnell (Senate) care more about undoing Obama's work and not admitting they fucked up then they do actually fixing the situation. And there's no way Pence and the cabinet will move to invoke the 25th. Ideally, we ride the rough wave until 2018 and Dems take back the House and the Senate and make Trump's work so much harder I could actually see him resigning and blaming the Democrats for ruining the country etc. A man can only hope, though.