Friday, October 23, 2020
In follow-up interviews with more than a dozen independent and Republican voters over 65 who participated in recent ABC News/Washington Post polls in Florida and North Carolina, including some who voted for Trump in 2016, most said they're repelled by the president after four years. His fumbled response to the pandemic and derogatory rhetoric outweigh his much-touted economic gains, the voters said.
"I believe Fauci. I don't believe anything Trump says unless somebody of substantial means can verify it. Because he just lies all the time," said Al, who noted that while he's supporting the Democratic nominee this election he will still be "a Republican now and a Republican after Trump." ...
"I think Joe fits the mold of a person I would most likely want to see as a leader," Dan, 77, who declined to give his last name, said. "Trump makes a lot of smoke."
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