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Demonstrators participate in a protest by the Yemeni community against U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Feb. 2, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

#StateYourPhobias started trending on Twitter from late Monday, where everyone is busy posting their deepest and darkest phobias. Among them were seen fears and phobias related to President Donald Trump and his upcoming policies.

The nation remains divided over Trump, as his approval rating remains at an all-time low, as reported by the Hill. Amidst the uncertain political atmosphere that the U.S. is embroiled in right now, even a light-hearted social media game as simple as stating one’s phobias has found its way to link itself to the Trump administration.

“That two years from now the GOP will still be protecting Trump and #TheResistance will conform and give up,” wrote a user named Resistance Alien with the hashtag “StateYourPhobias.”

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The fear that was voiced by the above user is something that has been plaguing more than half of the Americans in the present times. Trump did not only manage to fail in securing the popular votes of the nation; he was also shunned by a number of members from the very political party that he represented, including the likes of former presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush during his campaigning days as the Hill mentioned in the report.

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Former President Barack Obama and Former first lady Michelle Obama embrace former President George W. Bush during an interfaith memorial service, honoring five slain police officers, at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas, July 12, 2016 Getty Images/Tom Pennington

However, with the realization that Trump is the one who got them the reins to the White House as well as the Senate, the GOP has softened its stance towards the current POTUS, leading many to believe that "the resistance" or anti-Trump movement, sweeping across the nation might die down soon.

Voicing similar sentiments, another Twitter user called Alycia sarcastically posted: “#StateYourPhobias Crazy and deranged orange nut called Trump playing "big boy" with our country and globally!!!! ”

Many of the people who helped Trump secure the presidency are also having doubts regarding his plans to deliver on his campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.” Trump supporters have shown concern over the fact that the former business tycoon might be turning the U.S. cabinet into a family affair.

Trump’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump have already been vehemently criticized by the people on the social media regarding their luxurious overseas trips that have cost taxpayers over $100,000, despite the fact that their father has promised the nation that he will keep his business strictly separated from his governmental duties at all times, NPR reports.

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The third Trump-related phobia posted by the user Dyna Moe, is regarding the aggressive policy that the President has adopted towards North Korea. Two of his biggest fears, stated Moe, were that either North Korean leader Kim Jong Un or Trump would drop a bomb on the West Coast.

The tweet also points out the similarity in personality traits that the people of the nation find in both the leaders.

Lastly, Twitter user Coco writes, “Trump supporters #StateYourPhobias,” reiterating the invisible wall of fear and hatred that has always existed between the Democrats and the Republicans and was fortified by Donald Trump’s rise to power.

While an anti-trump force across a number of states took to the streets after the election last year, white supremacy group leaders celebrated the occasion by calling huge gatherings of Trump supporters. The latter also went on to trolling the democrats on the social media.