The news media loves Donald Trump because he sells newspapers and raises TV ratings and revenue, but they hate him because they have no power over him. He gives them angst by calling a rose what it is instead of some politically correct obfuscation.
The neo-fascist socialist movement that has replaced the Democratic Party hates Trump because he is exposing it for what it is.
The Republican establishment hates Trump because he can't be controlled. They want a candidate to schmooze their way into the presidency instead of taking a direct assault on critical problems and forcing open and honest discussion. Schmoozing was tried in the last election by a good man who was loath to offend; because he lost, the country has continued to suffer greatly.
Lobbyists fear Trump. They hold no power over him because he won't accept their money.
Trump makes what seems to be outlandish proposals which make the schmoozers, the radicals and the press go crazy, but when he fleshes them out they have merit. He is bombastic but hardly reckless.
I think he is right on about a Muslim doctrine, the economy and immigration. Detractors say Trump is not a politician (great!); however, he is an excellent businessman which is critical in righting this ship.
Voters who reject a candidate or don't vote because they disagree on peripheral issues demonstrate an incompetence to understand or care about the country's future.
I have voted many times, both for Democrats and Republicans. From the two candidates on the Democratic side, I'm learning how to go bankrupt from quick and quicker. On the Republican side, I find that any of the top four or five candidates are acceptable.
Presently, I think Trump would serve America well. Will the aforementioned succeed in destroying him? Time will tell.