I'd like to put this here, not because I'm a Donald Trump supporter (which I am) but because I feel like putting it out there. As long as people are civil in the comments section, whether for or against Trump, it'll all be fine. I won't agree with all opinions, but I respect the right for anyone to say them.
Ever since Harry Potter author JK Rowling had tweeted about USA President Donald Trump "How horrible. Voldemort wasn't this bad", people kinda latched on to the idea that Trump is going to eradicate non-white people like Voldemort wanted to do with non-magical folks. But the thing is, it's not true at all. Trump wants to enforce the law of the land, protecting the country's borders from invaders, and improve the economy. Voldemort, on the other hand, was a bit of an anarchist, wanting to overthrow the wizarding government, spreading chaos, and persecuting anyone who isn't human or pureblooded wizards and witches. That sounds more like Adolf Hitler, though (even when Hitler wanted more government control over everyone as opposed to Voldemort).
Heck, the same thing happened in Warrior Cats, an ever expanding book series about feral cats (which I am a former fan of), concerning one of the main villains: Tigerstar. I'm not sure if one YouTuber started it or not (I won't say the name because I don't want anyone getting harassed over it), but some fans of Warriors (especially on the forum) started believing that Tigerstar is a "kitty Donald Trump", the former being a tyrant who tries getting revenge on his former Clanmates by wiping them out with a pack of dogs. When that didn't work, he merges two Clans together and holds a kangaroo court for cats that are half-Clan (cats born from cats of two different Clans), setting them up to die. Really, however, that doesn't sound at all like Trump, who focuses on the security and soverignty of the country. Moreover, what Tigerstar did sounds like he was more like either Hitler or Josef Stalin than Donald Trump. There's also a quote from Tigerstar in Forest of Secrets (12 years before 2016) saying "I would've made ThunderClan great", and some fans think that it makes him "kitty Donald Trump". Not every character that says "Make X great" is a villain or even Trump; some can actually be good guys/heroes.
This kind of thing is really annoying, really fast. Flat-out shoving political messages into anything not too political diminishes the meaning behind the book/movie/game/show (even beloved childhood stories) and adds unnecessary political messages to them. While I can see some of it coming from the right-wing, I've seen a lot more of it coming from the left-wing, which is why I'm more critical of the left-wing. It also causes people to put in as much political ideals into stuff like Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. as they want, diminishing actual meanings like good and evil, love and hate, truth, hope, faith, honor, and culture. Instead of all that, it'd be replaced by "this group of people deserves more hate" or "this politician sucks" or "let's brainwash the audience into believing what we believe".
So yeah, it's gotten pretty annoying. Whether anyone likes Donald Trump or hates him, he's not a perfect guy (heck, no one's perfect), but comparing him to fictional villains like Voldemort, Tigerstar, Darth Vader, etc. is pretty silly.