Remember Bill Clinton? He was a president that a lot of people hated. They didn't trust anything that came out of his mouth, even before he said it. They believed he was leading the country in the wrong direction, and they eagerly ate up any information, real or imagined, that might discredit him. They spent immense public resources trying unsuccessfully to prove that he had committed a crime that would force him from office.
I know how those people felt.
This new president we have is keeping me from watching the news. I can't stand to look at his face or listen to his voice. I'm predisposed to doubt his motives, even when he does something I agree with (which isn't often). I think he's less interested in my well-being, and the country's, and the planet's, than he is in the friends who put money in his pockets.
At last, I can identify with the Clinton-haters. I have the same irrational hatred of Bush that they had of his predecessor. I have the same drive to find a way to get rid of him that I read about and scorned when it was happening to Clinton. The difference, of course, is that I'm right and those other people were wrong.