This is Edward Bourke, a 15-year-old school kid from Australia. He's a passionate supporter of animal welfare, an entrepreneur, a young monarchist, and Australia's biggest Donald Trump fan under 20.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Edward elaborated on his comments: "I always respected Trump's business achievements," he said, "but then I got involved in his campaign and I saw the rest of the world wasn't getting a clear picture of what he was saying."
Controversy has followed the Trump campaign. Trump pledged that under his rule America would bar Muslims from entering the country, as well as consistently promising to "build a great wall" between the U.S and Mexico.
Edward also runs an animal welfare foundation called Saving The Lion. When the topic of Trump's son's previous hunting exploits was brought up, he was quick to separate the actions of the younger Trumps from that of their father.
"I think it's wrong to judge Donald Trump on the actions of his son," he said. "If you look back, when Donald was first asked about his son's hunting... he does shy away from it."
"He said he wasn't a hunter himself... He said he didn't understand why his sons, or anyone would do it."
The main focus for Edward, though, is to change Australia's perception of Donald Trump - starting from the schoolyard.
"I've managed to explain what Trump is really all about to some kids," he said. "I've moved them towards not hating them, which is good. I only recently got an email from someone saying that they'd actually changed their vote from (Democratic nominee) Bernie Sanders to Trump."
Edward runs both a website, theTrumpcampaign.com, and a Twitter account, Trump Australia, which he uses to "educate" those in Australia who aren't "getting the whole picture" when it comes to Trump's campaign.
Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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