The haters, according to some, will get their wish.
After the Republican presidential nominee’s election victory, haters flooded Twitter with anti-Trump sentiment, including a petition to the White House demanding President-elect Donald Trump’s head.
But a majority of haters said they would never hate the candidate.
According to a survey of Twitter users by Pew Research Center, 82% said they wouldn’t be angry if they thought a hat was sexist.
But the poll also found that 83% of hater followers would not be upset if a Republican President was elected.
So what does haters want?
Some said they want Trump’s hat removed from their community.
You can’t be a Republican and be a bigot,” said J.R. Johnson, who lives in South Carolina.
“I just feel like that’s the most vile thing that we’ve ever seen,” said John Riggins, who works in Florida.
“We’re not going to be able to live without him as president,” he added.
“And I just hope that’s not what happens.”
Some of the haters also said they were glad to see Trump get elected.
“Thank you, thank you, Donald Trump.
You’ve given us hope.
We know you’ll make us proud,” said Kelli Williams, who said she has supported the president since he became the Republican nominee in 2016.
“You made it real.
We can get rid of the hate now,” said Mike Schmitt, who lived in Florida and is a Trump supporter.