I don't understand what people (be they from America or otherwise) had/have against Hilary. What did she do "wrong" (or "right" in the eyes of those who were voting for her). Where's the legit evidence to support an argument either way (or both ways if you remove "either")? This not necessarily a burning question...but have I missed something? Is there critical evidence I haven't seen? Or is this more media stuff?
From what I could see apart from being corrupt she had the following issues.
-In bed with the Saudies(close equivalence to Trumps apparent links with Russia)
-Part of an administration who funded and supported rebels against a legitimate govt in Syria thereby enabling and prolonging the Syrian civil war, turning it into a conflict that has lasted years instead of months and caused the greatest humanitarian crisis since WW2. (kind of ironic considering she is also one of those having a go at Putin for doing the same thing the Ukraine)
-She would have been a continuation of the status quo which has been slowly destroying the west for the last 25-30 years(nothing to do with immigration but rather to do with the decent into an Orwellian society).
-She represents the far left in some ways(like considering those who think differently to be 'a basket of deplorables')
_She fully believed she was destined to and had the right to become president simply because she is female(a sexist belief which is hypocritical in the extreme.
-She was so arrogant(along with the MSM supporting her) that she simply did not believe she could lose and didn't even bother campaigning in large parts of the country.
- She is a representative of the globalist/socialist movement that many people are truly getting fed up with.
And finally (and probably most importantly) she was loudly and strongly supported by the far left SJW's/activists who are very much on the nose.
TBH, my guess is that many who voted for or who support Trumps win are very much in this last group. They didn't vote Trump in because they wanted Trump in. They voted him in because he was the only chance they saw of fighting the radical left(and I use the term radical left to distnguish them from the majority of the left who are perfectly good people and not crazy phsycos). A lot of people will refuse to accept any of these reasons because it is easier to sit in an echo chamber and scream 'racist', and because accepting these reasons will mean they have to accept some responsibility for the environment that led to Trump.