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Student Jessica Dobrinsky started out as a Bernie Sanders supporter but ended up wanting to "make America great again."

"I didn't know much about capitalism," Dobrinsky said, who broke from the Sanders crowd last June. "For someone who didn't know much about it, socialism sounded great. You want equality for everyone, but that wasn't the way to do it."

"Out of fear I didn't even vote for Donald Trump," Dobrinsky shared, saying she was afraid she would be called a racist and more.

The student said she is an avid feminist on Twitter, but ended up getting "a lot of hate" from Sanders supporters when she shared the Charlie Puth song "One Call Away."

"Supposedly the lyric that was 'I'll be there to save the day' was supporting the patriarchy," Dobrinsky explained.

She also related how four or five men in a passing truck yelled anti-Trump profanities at her when she was wearing a Trump t-shirt one day.

"Clearly these things they were saying weren't true," Dobrinsky said of anti-Trump comments.

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