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Trump backers test how to eke out a post-impeachment victory

Posted On: Nov 19, 2019   |   Posted By: Politico

Trump backers test how to eke out a post-impeachment victory

“It's a waste of money.” “To say you don't support it means you don't think any president should be investigated for any problems.” “I'm not a Trump supporter by all means, but I totally disagree with what they're doing.” Those were among the reactions to the first week of public impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump when a group of swing voters agreed to provide their candid feedback to a pollster in Pittsburgh last Thursday. Their responses came during one of 18 focus groups conducted by America First Action since late October, when the Trump-anointed super PAC began soliciting input from habitual voters in battleground states who are still deciding whether they will support the president's reelection or back his eventual Democratic opponent. They're part of a series of events designed to help the pro-Trump group assess the president's vulnerabilities and opportunities. The super PAC's leaders are trying to identify where Trump is lost beyond repair among swing voters - and how to develop...

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