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Trump supporters in the United States have long been accustomed to the right-wing populist message of “America first”.
But it was during his presidential campaign that they experienced the first real test of their new president’s willingness to compromise.
“He said he wants to have a little less regulation,” said Mark Miller, a retired Air Force colonel from San Antonio, Texas, who voted for Trump.
“What was left to do was to find out what he would do for the environment and energy.
I thought it was a mistake.
It’s not what we were promised.
It was a bad message.”
Miller is one of a growing number of Trump supporters who are taking to social media to express their disappointment with the incoming president.
“Trump won the election for the simple reason that the left is completely out of touch with the American people,” Miller said.
“The left wants to be in control and they want to make life as miserable as possible for the American worker.
The left thinks they can have it all.”
For the last six months, a number of social media users have used the hashtag #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, which has been trending across the country.
Many are also protesting against the new administration’s decision to rescind a presidential memorandum, which gave the Department of Energy authority to set greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Trump, who campaigned on a pledge to cut the federal budget by $1.5 trillion, has promised to reduce the US’s emissions by 30% to 35% by 2025, according to the New York Times.
He also pledged to “make America great again” by signing a “beautiful order” that would rescind the Clean Power Plan, which sought to reduce power plant emissions from existing coal-fired power plants.
“I’m so tired of being told the truth and seeing the world the way the left wants it to be,” Miller, who is a former president of the Texas chapter of the Sierra Club, said.
Miller, along with fellow former members of the conservative organization Texas A&M University, has been working with other climate change activists to find a way to make the Trump administration’s actions in the environment “better”.
The group, called #MakeTrumpGreatAgain.me, has created a Facebook group where they share their experiences on social media.
They say that their goal is to encourage others to support their efforts to oppose the Trump presidency and to spread the message that Trump is “not the same man he says he is”.
“Trump has a lot of different ideas that are actually not all that different from what we’re talking about, but they’re not in line with our values,” Miller told Al Jazeera.
“We want to show that people who are concerned about the environment can actually do what we’ve been advocating.”
For now, Miller says the only way to avoid being influenced by the new president is to not participate in the social media activity.
“This is the first time I’ve had to say no to Trump, but I’m not sure that I can do that,” he said.