Imagine the following situation:
A new law is voted in a parliament. The overwhelming majority of the population consider this new law to be very good. However, in the first voting-round there is initially no majority for this new law in the parliament. In the second round of voting, the "ABC"-parliamentary group surprisingly voted in favor of the new law and the new law thus received a parliamentary majority. The problem is that the "ABC"-parliamentary group is seen as absolutely evil. They are referred to as "New Hitlers".
Should the good law be passed now, even though very badly respected people voted for it?
And based on this question:
In the second case, a president is voted, not a law. The presidential candidate is regarded as very good by the entire population. In the first vote there is also no majority for the good candidate. In the second round of voting, however, the very evil "ABC"-party surprisingly votes for the good candidate and he receives the absolute majority.
Should the good candidate assume the office of president even though the evil party has helped him win a majority?