The media can trick us into thinking we know people. We might know what they said, or did; we might know all the facts of their lives - birthday, spouse, net worth etc. But that doesn't mean we know them.
These people actually had the chance to meet President-elect Donald Trump before he got elected. Here's what they have to say about him.
When I was a kid I was friends with a very, I repeat very wealthy kid. We went to the same boxing gym. He was the son of someone very important in California, probably an oil mogul or something.
One day we were invited to a barbecue to celebrate his birthday, and arriving there his dad take us on a tour of the giant house, and introduces us to all the other guests who where his friends.
One of those guests was Mr. Donald Trump.
I shook his hand and he said "Ow, that's a pretty solid handshake." I said thanks and he asked me if I happened to be Samoan, because I was pretty strong for a 14 year old. I said my family was from New Zealand, and thus was of Maori descent. He said "That's nice, I always wanted to go to New Zealand."
Then he told us to study hard and work hard so we all could live in big houses like our hosts when we grew up. Then he went back to talking to the other people (Source).