Ice-T: Donald Trump Is Going To Be Turned On By His Own People

With his travel ban for six Muslim-majority countries getting blocked again, the Republican health care plan struggling to get support, and members of his own party rejecting his unsubstantiated claims he was wiretapped by former president Barack Obama..

(AllHipHop News) Donald Trump’s presidency is not off to a great start.

Many observers have wondered if Trump will make it through his first term.

The “impeachment” word has even come up in conversations, especially when it comes to questions about the President and his team’s connection with Russia.

AllHipHop.com spoke with Hip Hop legend Tracy “Ice-T” Marrow about the likelihood of the POTUS being removed from office by Congress.

“I think Trump is going to be turned on by his own people. I don’t know if it will be impeachment but most of his pain is not going to come from the Democrats or liberals – by the way this year was the first time I’ve ever been called a liberal,” responded Ice-T. “The people who voted for him will turn on him because I don’t think he’s going to be able to bring them the jobs and we’ve already seen the healthcare replacement plan. In the gang world if you want to run things, the other gangsters will only give you like six months and if it doesn’t pay out, they’re turning on you.”

In the latest Fox News poll, 51% of the American public disapproves of the job Trump is doing as president.

However, 93% of Trump voters have a positive view of his job performance.

88 percent of those Trump supporters also believe he has done more to fulfill his campaign promises than other presidents at the same point in their administrations.

Ice-T believes Trump followers will soon face unexpected consequences caused by the policies of the man in the White House.

“I don’t think his promises will be met in an orderly fashion like the wall and jobs. I just don’t think he’s going to pull it off. More and more people will become upset and he’ll have to deal with the fallout – and he can’t even deal with a tweet!” stated the West Coast representative. “Just recently he had a million women out in the streets marching against him. I have some women that don’t like me but not a million, god-damn! My dad used to tell me sometimes you just step in some sh-t that you can’t get off your shoe.”

Ice-T and his heavy metal band Body Count are set to release their Bloodlust album on March 31.

Read AllHipHop.com’s full interview with Ice-T HERE.

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