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Lifelong Democrat Says Biden, Sanders Can't Convince Him to Not Vote for Trump

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A “lifelong Democrat” from Pennsylvania said there is nothing Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) or former Vice President Joe Biden could say or do to change his mind about voting for President Trump again.

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“So you know, obviously now Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders -- whoever it is, is going to try to get your vote back. So I’m just -- I am curious, is there anything or any issue that they could answer for you that would change your mind, do you think?” Fox News host Martha MacCallum asked the man during a town hall in Scranton, Pa. on Thursday.

“I’m focused on the economy, and on regulation and deregulation, and I like what’s happened in the country in the last four years,” the man responded, saying he’s “thankful” for all President Trump has done and hopes it will continue. 

“So the answer would be no, nothing would change your mind? No -- he’s shaking his head, no, nothing,” MacCallum said.
 
Trump thanked the man and told him he thinks the Fox News hosts thought he was going to respond differently.
 
“That sounded like a setup question,” he joked. 

“No, no, no,” the audience member said.

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 “David, you’re my man. David’s my man, I like that guy,” Trump said. 

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