I think you hear people's opinions about what Trump says and not really what he's saying. Tweets are not what he's saying, that's what he is tweeting.
The problem is two fold. One, you guys don't like his agenda. I love his agenda, it's what I want him to do and why I voted for him. You disagree with him and disagree with what he says and does. So, anything that he does and says will be taken as negative.
Secondly, you look at his tweets and see a "petty, petulant child". I see him talking to the people that voted for him. Yanking your chains and talking the language that those people will understand. Think about it, he tweets and the liberal media jumps at his beck and call.
Do you really think that when he is not in public that he talks like that? How could he have been able to become what he is being a "petty, petulant child"? Luck? His 'daddies million dollar loan' 50 years ago?