How can a fictional character truly think anything about Donald Trump?
The first thing she would say is that he’s doing such irreparable damage to young Americans, and minorities everywhere. Words and images are really powerful, and these young kids are actually having a perception of themselves that’s not true, and that’s so dangerous. And then she’d probably remind him that his grandfather was an immigrant, I believe, and if he’d had the same type of vitriolic sentiment thrown at him, Trump would not have had the opportunities he’s had, or the success that he’s had. And then she’d probably fly off with the Avengers and save the world from actual bad guys, and prove him wrong about who Muslims really are.Naturally, we have to wonder who and what those actual bad guys are. But I guess the answer isn't too hard to find: conservatives! Patriots worried about civilized citizens' safety too. And maybe even families of 9-11 victims.
I know Meyers was probably joking when he technically asked Amanat to channel her beliefs through a fictional character. But honestly, it's just an unintelligent, cheap way of asking to know one's mindset through a fictional creation. Kind of like asking what the protagonists in Donald Sobol's Encyclopedia Brown series would say about a real life topic. But truly, how could they say anything when they don't exist? Or like asking what the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew would say, when not only do they not exist in real life, even the names "Franklin W. Dixon" and "Carolyn Keene" aren't real; just pseudonyms for whomever Edward Stratameyer and his daughter Harriet Adams would hire to ghost-write the series.
And all she's doing by venting such hostility to conservatives is showing her true colors, and proving that she's not serious about promoting simple escapist entertainment. A very sad case indeed.