President-elect Donald Trump continues to defy conventional wisdom, and appears to be fashioning many of his policies in real time on Twitter. But not all of his voters are as enthusiastic about his controversial tweeting as they were about pulling the lever for him at the ballot box.
A simple search on the social media site will garner dozens of self-reported Trump voters pleading with him to give up the Twitter - here are some examples:
@realDonaldTrump, I voted for you. If you are to be the president I believe you can be, you're going to have to stop tweeting. #justdontdoit— Tiffany Savell Taylor (@Tiffany Savell Taylor)1483929325.0
@realDonaldTrump Dear PE, I voted 4 u & believe that u can bring change, but ur tweeting has to stop. It is 2 much. We need togetherness.— Stacy Hurley (@Stacy Hurley)1484004310.0
@realDonaldTrump Please stop tweeting. I voted for you and expected you to measure your words and not respond to every little shot at you.— Glenn of Dunbar (@Glenn of Dunbar)1483986801.0
@realDonaldTrump please stop tweeting this nonsense! NOT PRESIDENTIAL AT ALL!!! I voted for you now start acting like a president please— cindy nevling (@cindy nevling)1483986249.0
@realDonaldTrump PLEASE stop tweeting - I love you, I voted for you but @KellyannePolls needs to take your phone away.— Jan Shullick (@Jan Shullick)1483795076.0
@realDonaldTrump can you just STOP!? I voted for you & support you but you HAVE to focus more on the country and less on tweeting!— Paige Ketchum (@Paige Ketchum)1483731225.0
But, to be fair, there are others who love his social media antics and want them to continue:
@realDonaldTrump don't EVER stop tweeting. I'm 54 (I think) lol and have voted twice. I trust you will keep your word and #MAGA— Connie Bowes (@Connie Bowes)1483992080.0
Recently the president-elect has caused some consternation by targeting companies for criticism from his Twitter account and causing their stock prices to drop, in addition to resetting U.S. foreign policy and constantly attacking his critics in the media and otherwise. And he hasn't even assumed the office yet.