CNN’s Worst Nightmare – Youngstown Ohio Voters Thrilled With Trump’s First Year…

CNN took a production crew to Youngstown Ohio to talk to formerly registered Democrats who switched parties in 2016 in order to support Donald Trump.

A year into President Trump’s administration, CNN asks them if they still support Donald Trump.  The answers seemed to confound the questioner, CNN’s Martin Savage.  And when the topic of illegal immigration surfaces, Savage had a ‘splodey head, WATCH:

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Yes, after a year of 24/7/365 MSM onslaught – the media are unable to break the power behind MAGA. The perspective of this representative group is exactly why Democrats are apoplectic and thrashing wildly for anything to stop President Trump.  And Democrats are threatening to shut down government to maintain illegal immigration?…

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466 Responses to CNN’s Worst Nightmare – Youngstown Ohio Voters Thrilled With Trump’s First Year…

  1. trumpsbamagirl says:

    What is fascinating is that so far, CNN has yet to find ONE Trump voter who regrets voting for him. You know they are scouring the country to locate just one that they can parade around- but they may as well be snipe hunting.

    Liked by 55 people

    • Lunagirl says:

      I am stunned that they actually aired this segment.

      Liked by 49 people

      • Flova says:

        They are up to something.

        Liked by 14 people

        • amwick says:

          They did this as a token pro President Trump piece. Yes… they are doing something nasty….. because CNN

          Liked by 8 people

          • litlbit2 says:

            Remember “Russia, Russia”.

            Nobody with any thinking ability views MSM with any credibility. They no longer matter and their fate will continue in an accelerated down hill spiral as the folks realize how badly they have been used. DNC,GOPe will not recover.

            A rising tide, lifts all boats. The victim class is being given self worth, a paycheck, pride and hope. The future of all will enjoy a tremendous bright future that will boggle the minds of many.

            MAGA——2024

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            • “A rising tide, lifts all boats.” THIS! It can’t be said better than this!!

              For instance, illegal immigration hurts the US and the host country equally? The most productive and able body Mexicans abandon their home country at a time when they are needed most and could stay and help Make Mexico Great Again. Mexico is rich in culture and resources and it would be magnificent to see it return to glory which would be a yuuuge benefit to North America. Stealing entry level jobs, usually from poor inner city and rural Americans, leaves no path towards long term careers or jobs for our most needy. You can’t build a better America when the foundations don’t exist. America can’t continue to lead the world in charity and relief if we have nothing to give.

              “To say ‘I love you’, you must first be able to say ‘I'” – Ayn Rand

              America First!
              MAGA

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            • amwick says:

              Beautiful comment!!! TY… yes HOPE!!!

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        • TomF says:

          CNN is desperate for viewers and clicks.
          CNN would like you to come back………
          Sorry, too late.

          Liked by 8 people

          • covfefe999 says:

            Totally too late. I stopped watching CNN in 2015 I think, after Trump announced. I will never go back. I don’t even know what channel number they are on my line-up. 🙂 And at this point it wouldn’t even occur to me to go to their channel if a big story was developing. FOX Business is my main source of TV news now, FOX after that.

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          • G. Alistar says:

            In a sense, this CNN video is eye opening — but only to those who have a huge democrat/CNN blind spot. Other than west coast and east coast liberals, the DNC platform and liberal/progressive policies do NOT appeal to anyone in fly over country. Read that “swing states” and importantly those ten democrat senators states which Donald Trump won in 2016. People don’t want a crappy government inspired minimum wage job. People want the economy to thrive, to have high paying jobs, to work hard and NOT have their wages go to “tax and spend” democrat handouts…in short: MAGA.

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        • formerdem says:

          Maybe they’re just trying to give a heads up to the national party about how the electorate actually feels? Not the whole Democratic party wants to go down in flames.

          Liked by 2 people

      • StuckInBlue says:

        An organization that prides itself on being international in scope does not like getting several Fake News Awards handed out by the leader of the Free World.

        Liked by 9 people

      • NYT is replacing the “Opinion” part of their paper with disgruntled Trump supporters. I’m certain they will find some fine Hillary Clinton Supporters to lie and say they “voted” for Trump. CNN is no different. They are too dumbfounded to understand we deplorables are not as STUPID as they want us to be.

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      • Kintbury54 says:

        You beat me to it.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

        If CTH had not shown this clip, I would have never seen it as CNN is banned in my life. I am sure the counter to this will be an hour and a half segment in an Oakland, CA town hall where everyone there hates Trump. They will serve snacks, have a goldfish to pet at break time, and offer medical marijuana prescription for the remainder of his term..

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    • wodiej says:

      I’m sure they’ll “dig one up.”

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    • dbobway says:

      Thanks Sundance,
      I would have never seen this otherwise. Not even on Fox.
      There are fellow Americans regardless of party or race,
      Who have a common bond, We’re American citizens.

      I have been using extraordinary measures to seek out my fellow citizens.
      I almost feel like I’m part of a 65 million underground of citizens in our own country.
      We have to sneak around on the internet to find each other.
      We have have our own code speak, called common sense and a sense of humor.
      I imagine myself wearing a beret with corduroy pants and a turtle neck sweater in a candlelight cave listening to a scratchy sounding transmitter, searching for sounds of freedom.

      The scratching just cleared for a moment, we are out there, staring down the enemy,
      Brave and determined, we will win back our Country.

      This is not a metaphor.

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    • Snow White says:

      They’ll find Big Foot before they find one Trump voter who regrets voting for him. I’m getting my citizenship this year so I can proudly vote for President Trump in 2020. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸.

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  2. getfitnow says:

    After living under oppressive job killing Obama policies, it’s just common sense to embrace what works for them and Trump’s MAGA policies are working. It is hard to argue against success and that is why the ruling class are out to get Trump. He has succeeded where they have failed. Americans love a winner and Trump is winning.

    Liked by 21 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      The Left, democrats and media (same thing) have sought for decades the slow captivity of the people under a thralldom of brainwashed choicelessness and hopelessness. They thought they had just about completed their project. Remember “we’re all Socialists now”?
      Trump’s shattering, vibrant and liberating emergence as a leader in a nearly forgotten American vein has sent them into a psychotic rage, or a rage that has revealed the psychotic impulses that underlie all Leftism and its schemes.

      I only wish Trump had a better public information team that knew how to fight the PR war against the Left.

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      • D. Manny says:

        “I only wish Trump had a better public information team that knew how to fight the PR war against the Left.”

        That would be you and me. It’s our job to get the word out to our friends and neighbors.

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        • That IS one of the primary lessons that Trump NEEDS us to learn, how to shed our decades old pessimism about having any influence and turn MSM on its head by using their own techniques against them. They lie, they deflect and they brag, NEVER using anything but their own voice and yet always claiming that they are using our voice…only Americans are NOT a divided, victim class and that is who elites claim we are because they have used all their influence to transform us, thinking that by now we are willing.

          The only victimhood we have experienced is a ruling CLASS who have long considered us an impediment to whom they must talk, until they have eradicated us with their elitist, elimination methods.

          Stalin ACTUALLY is far more THEIR role model than Trump’s or ours. And Mao. And Castro. And Chavez. And Mugawbe. And Hussein (both the dead one and the one who left office wanting all of us dead). And….

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          • G. Alistar says:

            You bet and for Senator Flake to compare PDJT with Stalin is outrageous. How offensive to the memory to millions killed and sent to the gulag during his evil reign of terror. I’m reminded of Trump’s pithy approach to Senator SnowFlake: “he’s quitting because he could not be elected as “dog catcher” in Arizona.”

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      • Lou Foxwell says:

        TRUMP’S COM TEAM IS ASTOUNDING. CNN cannot find one Trump elector who regrets their vote. Why? Because he is communicating with his base, daily and effectively.

        Liked by 10 people

        • formerdem says:

          agree. i think he has a great great com team. remember they are fighting a unified front from the entire media, and yet they are winning.

          Liked by 2 people

        • jamesvsmithjrj says:

          You nailed it: Not one dissenter! They could have found a vocal Dem party operative, but if found out, would have shamed themselves worse than usual. Imagine. They looked through the voter rolls of 7,000 who switched parties and found a diverse panel but could not find a Trump hater except for the guy at the head of the table trying to lead them into saying something negative (CNN’s guy).

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        • G. Alistar says:

          One has to wonder when/IF the MSM is going to ever change. Here we are on the cusp of a great economic recovery, on the eve of a scandal larger than Watergate, on the rebuilding of the military in a Regan like do over….and all we have from the MSM: I think the President will have heart problems even though the medical doctors who examined him, say otherwise.

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      • Sherbear says:

        It almost seems intentional that he doesn’t.

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      It’s been a thing of beauty to watch the 180 degree turns made by some businesses and corporations.

      When Donald Trump was elected President, remember the businesses that rushed to bail on him, trying to appease the Women’s March-er’s, Hollywood wackjob’s, Snowflakes, et al? An online jewelry company refused to accept an order from Ivanka, while Macy’s and Needless Markup stores stopped carrying Ivanka’s shoes and clothing lines.

      Companies like Under Armor walked away from the President’s business council because they got their feelings hurt over a tweet or comment. 63 million Deplorables responded in kind to all of them that put their politics ahead of our willingness to purchase from them.

      Today, Apple is coming home with jobs, as are auto manufacturers and businesses of every stripe. Still others are handing out bonuses and pay raises in appreciation for the Trump tax relief bill. The stock market is a runaway train–that’s the Trump Train–and thanks to President Trump, not CEO’S, consumer confidence and home values are skyrocketing.

      One by one, little by little, bottom lines matter more than trying to satiate a crazed faction of the country that despises capitalism while living the dream it provides.

      Trying to sum up the magnanimous accomplishments of the last year during the upcoming SOTU address within time constraints will be a Herculean lift but we’ve got just the man that can do it. The country will be tuned in to a night of great celebration. A rock concert with requisite decorum, pageantry and respect.

      Thank you for a historic, unbelievably ‘America First’ year, Mr. President. We eagerly anticipate your next seven years. God bless and keep you and your wonderful family.

      Liked by 15 people

      • suejeanne1 says:

        Would it be possible to determine if President Trump’s “America First” regarding jobs is alarming to those who have a vested interest in keeping jobs overseas?

        I know, silly question – but what I mean is, are those with a vested interest in keeping jobs in China, for example. trying to destroy Trump because they believe if they do not, their investments will be destroyed? Maybe even China itself is working in the background with CNN and MSNBC as well in an effort to erode and sidetrack this juggernaut called MAGA.

        Is it more than just the usual anti-Republican stuff and actually a collusion between business interests and other governments not America (but not Russian) alarmed at Trump talking about bring jobs back here?

        Who are the actual stockholders with CNN and also who are the people on the board of directors of CNN? Also MSNBC. Why are they not letting their people run an actual news organization?

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      • H&HC 2nd-16th says:

        Can’t add anything to 1927’s statement. Well said, well written, right to the point and damn accurate! Nice job.

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  3. StanH says:

    “If” idiot establishment Republicans would follow Mr. Trumps lead, the hard left could be annihilated. But as we now know, that’s not what they really want.

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  4. Leslie Ingersoll says:

    The Monster VOTE, right there in OhiO…..sitting around that table. Could have taken the words, right out of my mouth! MAGA🇺🇸 President Trump, we are with you, and we know you are with us. It is a MOVEMENT…..and we are in lock step🌠🇺🇸🌠

    Liked by 12 people

    • mightyconservative says:

      “I’m tired of the suave……I’m tired of the TelePrompTer.”
      Heh.
      Right there, at that table, is America. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

      Liked by 14 people

    • USMCLt says:

      Exactly!!! CNN went to great lengths in assembling the perfect gender/race/age group panel, expecting each member to adhere to the PC stance in accordance with his/her gender/race/age group. And damned if each one of them, wisely I might add, voiced support for policies which totally bypass PC crap and go right to the heart of human needs and aspirations.

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      • StuckInBlue says:

        An excellent observation. Well done!

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      • Notice that Martin Savage took a swipe at Youngstown by saying that he didn’t see many signs of recovery? Nothing like an elitist from New York going to small town Ohio to tell the little people what to think. Wait till their paychecks go up due to the tax changes. There’s going to be a tsunami in Nov 2018, but I don’t think it’ll be one that puts Nancy back in charge. We’ll see.

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  5. Wingman says:

    Yet democRats,RINO’s and the entire establishment cannot see this or more correctly, they are willfully blind. Obama crapped the bed and ruined not only the country but the entire liberalism experiment. The only people left to support them are the low info crowd and the illegals they are so quick to defend. This should end the democRat party once and for all.

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    • They see it. They just can’t admit it. I look at it this way. We look at the devastation that is now our inner cities after years of Dem’s running things. Obama just did, at the national level, what the mayor’s do at the city level …. with the same result.

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  6. Publius2016 says:

    So sad that the Globalist shills have to lie at every opportunity and whine that America First works! So happy President Trump and his Team of Patriots will be attending Davos too. Fake News Media and CNN (Very Fake News Media and 4 time recipient of FNM Awards) will have a front row seat in watching how President Trump negotiates great deals for our country…the past is no reason we can’t do Great Business Deals in the future.

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  7. i’m surprised CNN let Martin Savage air this story that looks goof for Trump

    ..i ‘ve friends and cousins in Akron who feel the same way. Go Buckeyes

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      I think a lot of Trump’s biggest supporters are currently
      from areas that have had the greatest major job losses.

      Youngstown? Check.
      Akron? Ditto.
      Toledo?
      West Virginia? Amen.

      These areas all had automobile assembly, tire manufacturing,
      coal mining yanked out from under them, leaving ghost towns
      and low paying jobs at Wal Mart and Home Depot behind.

      Dayton, Ohio had 8 GM plants! Six are completely gone,
      2 of the sites are where casinos now sit.

      If CNN were to go to Columbus, Atlanta, or any of the
      metro areas that dodged the drastic decline, the amount
      of fervor for Trump would be markedly less. Due to
      continuing immigration, due to numbers of high paying
      state and federal jobs. Due to most of their economies
      not being based on heavy industry for 30+ years.

      Addressing the worst first is wisdom. Nothing better then
      being able to show a dramatic before and after picture.
      Most of the “growth” area’s largest amount of building
      has occurred since the 80s. On surface everything looks
      new and shiny. The rust belt doesn’t have that advantage.

      The persons that are way enthused for Trump in growth
      metro areas are tuned in, involved. A lot of older, traditional
      Republicans in these same areas haven’t seen the loss.
      So they can’t fully appreciate the gain.

      I know this firsthand,
      because a bunch of my older neighbors voted Trump, but
      they don’t especially like him. They don’t get the joke. The
      one that our leadership has been playing on us for 60+
      years. And, everyone of these same neighbors had high
      paying jobs due to their college degrees. Back home
      in Ohio, I had essentially no friends who’s parents had past
      a high school education. All of them lived well not that long
      ago.

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      • ibobland08 says:

        What’s not discussed much is that if good paying manufacturing jobs come back, jobs that do not require a college education, less people will go to college. That will mean less people will have student loan debt and possibly drive down costs of tuition. So bringing back manufacturing will indirectly assist in solving the cost of college tuition.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          And end a few other sources of liberal money laundering. Fewer
          research grants. Less need for continual building programs.
          Lower land acquisition requirements ( with the frequent middle
          man mark up for their buddies that own said land). Less funding
          tied to social justice horse pucky: women’s, Lgb ( and whatever
          other letter of the alphabet they’ve co-opted) programs, minority
          studies centers, ESOL programs. For starters. Anybody that’s
          worked for a state college might have some more to add to the
          list.

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        • spacette55 says:

          When NAFTA was first on the table, it was argued by the pro-NAFTA crowd that we were transitioning to a service economy and exporting manufacturing was a good thing. An Ivy League Economics professor counter-argued that every 1 job in manufacturing job supported 7 local service jobs. Without some king of manufacturing base at the local level, small service business goes into deep decline.

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          • ibobland08 says:

            Correct. What makes manufacturing special is how elastic the demand is for manufacturing goods. Manufacturers expand production with economic growth, thus requiring for workers for production as well as increasing demands for all the jobs that support production.

            Unfortunately services and agriculture are not as elastic as manufacturing. People tend not use much more services or eat more food with economic growth. These economic sectors are more dependent on population growth than economic growth.

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  8. NJF says:

    Ha ha ha ha!!!

    Love how he turns to the black guy, “and you too?” You can just see the thought bubble, “c’mon man help me out here.”

    And I just heard he’s going to Pittsburg today.

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  9. zephyrbreeze says:

    Do we know what happened in the WI election this week, where a Dem won, but Trump had won the area by 59%? Then I listen to these common sense people, and wonder if they will ever go back to be Democrats. Are they just fair-weather Republicans?

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    • Leslie Ingersoll says:

      They’re people, people who were duped by the Democrats, Liberals and the Uniparty. They worked every day to make ends meet, to no avail. Their towns were led to destruction and decay, right under their noses. AND, they (we) paid for that decline with our hard earned TAX dollars.
      It’s hard to save your Town when everything has been hollowed out and there’s nothing left. Local politics really do matter, and now that Main Street is decoupled from Wall Street, people have a voice again. Let’s hope they vote MAGA from now on!

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        It’s also our job to educate them on how the local and state officials will
        come up with cost overrun building programs as soon as their paychecks
        start to improve.

        The thieves are losing out on the federal and state level. If you think that
        they won’t try and make up for it at the local and state level, then you’re
        delusional. Shuffling of skimmed funds. They’ll find a new scam to obtain
        them.

        Watch at a local level: school bond levies, parks and recreation levies,
        road improvement levies. Sales tax increases, local or state income tax
        increases. Outcries for “affordable housing”, any kumbaya social program
        for the ( wimmen, chilluns, poor, homeless). Anything that requires a new,
        out of the box, fresh building to be built. With bond financing. In areas where
        tons of empty spaces with comparable square footage exists.

        They have some more jokes to spring on the public at a local and state
        level, now that federal funds are being kept in check. The punchline for
        all of these jokes will, invariably be bond financing. Looking into how
        it’s bastardized the local political process for the last 3 decades should
        be high up on the Trump administration’s “to do” projects for next year.

        Otherwise, we’ll all be back in the same boat.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      The Left is motivated by hate. It is very strong. This is why 2018 is problematic. It is one thing to turn out to vote in a historic presidential election, another to mobilize for a midterm. Alabama proved that.

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      • Oldschool says:

        And virginia, and pennsy and wisconsin. 5 others special elections where repubs won but not with margins they should have had. Their resistance movement seems as strong as our tea party movement. We know how that turned out. Historically, party in power loses seats. How many? Turnout.

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      • Thecleaner says:

        I think the best thing Trump can do for the midterms is instead of getting to involved in the local State races etc , would be going on a cross Country MAGA rally tour similar to the general election.
        His rallies get National exposure, and he can simply drive home that MAGA depends on the voters supporting the Republican on the ticket, whoever it may be.
        I think he should avoid getting involved in the primaries and endorsements. The Swamp seems to wait for him to stick his neck out for a candidate, then the UNIPARTY goes to work on a full out character assassination.
        Simple message…if you want the MAGA agenda, get out and vote R. If not, stay home and the rest will look after itself.

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      • A really good documentary has to be done on the process that undermined Moore. He may not have been an ideal candidate but to have just a few quotes and ridiculously suspiciously timed revelations be able to kill a decades long career, by people whose own nefarious deeds ought to land them in prison, NEEDS to be exposed for the Americans who are ignorant simply because they don’t even know places like this exist with people more like them than the elites who claim that their interest is for the every man.

        We KNOW that brilliant, conservative film making can galvanize people and we also know that grass roots through churches and community centers can FORCE theatres who want to block their access from the public.

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    • Clarissa says:

      Depends on what you mean by “Republicans”. If you’re referring to the globalist GOPe, and this faction of the party again takes power after Trump’s time in office is over (continuing their work toward disempowering and erasing their own party’s voters) then it really won’t matter which way these Ohio voters turn. Demographic trends will ensure that the GOP will soon effectively cease to exist, and America will become a one-party nation under the Democrats – similar to Mexico’s PRI during most of the 20th century.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It was just a state senate seat, not US senate. It’s possible the GOP candidate was not good. The lib media is blowing this up much more than they ought to. Normally they don’t cover state legislation special elections as a headline story. 🙂

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    • Deb says:

      The Dem candidate was a moderate. She was very well known and popular, a very active member of her community. Former EMT and now the county coroner. She has lived in that county her whole life, has 6 kids and 9 grandkids I think.

      The incumbent had been voted in for the first time in 2014. He seems like a Tee Cruz type to me, but I don’t know him personally. It crossed my mind that perhaps he didn’t run a very good campaign, quite a few Republicans here are NeverTrump and act as if they want out, like Flake. Not sure if he fits this bill or not.

      PDJT won that district by 17 because so many Dems voted for him. The Republicans didn’t show up for their guy, and the Dems voted for their candidate. I think she may have just been a candidate, which is what matters in these local elections.

      I’m not saying their aren’t challenges and things to worry about in WI. But this particular election doesn’t worry me.

      But it is a reminder that we won in 2016 because we made phone calls, knocked on doors, talked to people online. We all need to mobilize again in 2018 to get out the vote.

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      • Deb says:

        Sorry for the typos. Seems to always happen when I post from my phone.

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      • MfM says:

        Deb, interesting that I posted similar thoughts about PA (at almost the same time) and the local losses they had in the Fall. I do think that the ‘Never Trumpers’ are one of the issues. They don’t have a clue how to have a come back against someone who says something negative about Trump that is just a MSM talking point. They really don’t understand Trump like someone who truly supports him.

        In our area you could compare our Rep. Costello to our County Sheriff Welsh. Costello got elected to go to the Republican Convention… and he called off when it was clear it was going to be Trump. He is a lukewarm supporter at best. Bunny Welsh talks about how proud she is to have been able to vote for Trump FOUR times! She knows what he is doing and can talk him up like no one else locally. The problem is that the Never Trumpers are GOPe and they are everywhere in this area in control of the party.

        Bunny also isn’t a spring chicken even though she’s got the stamina of someone half her age. She’s up for reelection soon and she might decide it’s time to retire and enjoy her grandchildren. She’s well respected as the Sheriff both in her department, locally and Nationally. I’m hoping she stays, because she does a good job of combining the PR aspects of the job, with politics and the nitty gritty law enforcement needs. Besides she looks good next to Pres. Trump.

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    • MfM says:

      I’m in PA, this Fall in some of the ‘collar’ areas around PA positions that were traditionally Republican went Democratic. The Republicans were good people and many were incumbents.

      Each area is different, but some things might be the same in WI. The things I saw were: There was a lot of money for the Democrats.

      There was the usual things that Democrats do like sign stealing and misinformation about candidates. There was also a LOT of media coverage from the liberal media about the races. In this area there is passionate hatred for Trump, even with the ‘love your neighbor’ signs.

      Likely some major money to get out the vote in some areas that don’t usually vote in off year elections, but I don’t have those statistics or knowledge to understand voting patterns.

      Across the board in talking to various people involved in campaigns (who mostly don’t know each other) what came across was that the Democrats are impassioned and finding good candidates with lots of name recognition that they are pushing. The Republicans have good candidates and a good message… but in this area there are too many ‘Never Trump’ people who have been taught by both the media and non-support from local Republicans to be ashamed of Trump… because he’s brash and not one of the ‘right’ type of Republican.

      One gentleman was shocked when he was calling people he knew on election day who hadn’t voted. He was met with comments about Trump, when Trump wasn’t even on the ballot. Again I don’t have the statistics, but those who know areas down to the neighborhoods should be able to see where reliable voters stayed home. Those need to be talked to and it figured out why and how to combat this. It was also a really nasty day, that didn’t have any window of decent weather, but that usually doesn’t keep Republicans home.

      It will be rough in PA when the State Chairman of the GOP(e) is Val DiGiorgio who was a Never Trumper. He doesn’t get Trump and from everything I’ve seen he’s GOPe and likes people like Charlie Dent (Allentown Rep) who is similar (buy quieter) Flake!

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        I read that in Nov. 2016 the Amish actually came out in droves to vote for President Trump, and that their vote was what largely helped get him over the top in Pennsylvania, because the ones handling the fraud had not counted on the Amish voting and the fraud was insufficient to overcome this factor. Do you see the Amish voting en masse in local elections?

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        • ibobland08 says:

          I actually think the Amish almost always vote. People tend to think of the Amish as not knowing what’s going on in the world, but I I’d imagine they are very, very concerned with their way of life being taken away by the government.

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  10. This is incredible, but not unexpected.

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  11. imkittymyers says:

    Why did CNN air this video? I would think once they realized how these people felt about President Trump the video would be shelved, never to see the light of day.

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    • repsort says:

      I think they air stuff like this for strategic reasons. They sprinkle in a nugget of absolute truth every once in a while to give the rest of the bogus news an air of legitimacy. Don’t watch it, not even segments like this.. Give them zero clicks.

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    • deplorable says:

      People saw how biased and disrespectful Jim Acosta was to the President and didn’t like it one bit. So they’re trying to pretend they are impartial and make up for it.

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      • kekelaward says:

        Good idea.
        Let’s be disrespectful and talk down to actual Americans instead.
        PS Cheap bastards couldn’t even spring for sodas. I hope CNN at least tipped the wait help for taking up their table while loitering.

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    • I was shocked they ran this in its’ form. There was probably many other great things said about POTUS that CNN didn’t even air.

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  12. Three-Pound Sledge says:

    MAGA (Make {illegal} Aliens Go Away).

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  13. TheWanderingStar says:

    CNN is airing this only to scare their commie a$$holes out of their sh!tholes to go and vote in coming elections. These progs are only motivated by fear.

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  14. theresanne says:

    The is the best commercial ever for 2018! And 2020! It should air every hour on the hour. #MAGA!

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  15. covfefe999 says:

    I stopped on MSNBC this morning to see the opening of the Joe and Mika Sh*tshow. Joe held up a full-page Op-Ed in the New York Times with the stories of alleged Trump voters who are apparently dissatisfied with Trump. I didn’t watch long enough to get the full story nor have I looked for the op-ed piece. This must be the Democrats’ response to the disastrous CNN report. 🙂

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  16. The MSM is showing its tin ear, they are hearing but not llstening.

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  17. americalsgt says:

    Grew up out there – Western PA and Youngstown -and remember when all the mills shut down; Sheet and Tube, J&l, B&W, Cork Works in Beaver Falls. Everyone was a democrat, but they were and are smart people. They get it.

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  18. TomR,Worc,MA, USA says:

    I watch that and I feel like I’m going to cry ….. I mean … it’s getting a little dusty in here ….. I gotta go …..

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  19. Brian says:

    It’s a pivot due to reality and a message to warn the anti-Trump voters not to be complacent for the midterm elections.

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  20. John Doe says:

    Martin Savage was a local Cleveland newscaster back in the 80’s. He certainly know Ohio, particularly the Cleveland to Youngstown corridor. He isn’t really shocked. He knows.

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  21. fishon2016 says:

    Sundance love the curse you villain. Got me to thinking of Trump as the road runner and the Democrats as Willey E coyote. Bugs bunny and Elmer FUDD come to mind also. Tough choice.

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  22. Bob Thoms says:

    ” I want my country back”

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  23. maggiemoowho says:

    Ohio has a huge problem with mexican drug cartels and growing operations. I learned about this when eight members of the Rhoden family were killed in 2016. So if Savage would have done his homework, he would have known why the people of Ohio care so much about immigration.

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  24. Firefly says:

    I think PTrump just got America’s engine started again with the tax cuts. It’s not theory anymore- people and businesses see tangible changes for the better. The problem the Dem have is their ideology happy talk doesn’t work and people are being exposed to ideas that actually work. Now they even realize the tweets are very often right and the need to bypass the msm. . The American spirit that a PTrump embodies has come back to life. I think intelligent people will instinctively wake up to the wonderful american concept of being free to peruse happiness. Once they realize this they will so busy perusing it- they won’t have time to look back- and will pushing the obfuscators out of the way.

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  25. covfefe999 says:

    The more I think about this the more funny it seems to me. I have no idea where CNN is in my Comcast lineup. No idea what channel number it is or what other channels are adjacent. 🙂

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  26. What I see in this short clip that CNN held is Americans speaking, not democrats or republicans but Americans speaking up. All had good points. Especially the young lady in the middle. Her thought on giving power back to the people and disrespecting our laws was fantastic.

    Keep the movement going, MAGA!

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    • kekelaward says:

      Not meaning to be rude, but I thought she was beautiful.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        Agree with both points, but what was really shocking was the voice-over, an interest in law-and-order seems to be important to Trump voters. Ya’ think? If it had been important to Americans and our lawmakers for the last few decades our nation would not now be on the precipice.

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  27. Tom Allen says:

    It would be wise to note that CNN is STILL conflating immigration with illegal immigration. And – if anyone in the group made that distinction – it was edited out.

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  28. The deplorable clayusmcret says:

    Interestingly, go to CNN dot com and you won’t find a word about the fake news awards, or that CNN won 4 of the 11 listed.

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  29. tampafan says:

    At the state and local level, NeverTrump Republicans run the party (there are exceptions – but few) and work to keep Trump-like candidates out, and pro-Trump messaging minimized. Globalists are now working with state party organizations – and their $$$ is working. While Trump popularity increases, Republican majorities could actually decrease. Very concerned here in Florida. Rep party of Florida is still the party of Jeb!, and thinks we are deplorable…I predict a Democratic candidate replaces Gov Rick Scott, and Dem Sen Nelson easily re-elected. Rubio is actively undermining Trump support in the party. Dems are successfully recruiting displaced Puerto Rican’s. Florida is the new California…..

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      This is certainly true in Virginia too.

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    • kekelaward says:

      Same in Hawaii.
      And to think, great strides and many seats could have been picked up, if only the RINOs here had a plan, or even better, some good choices to give the People, but no.
      We get a gift from Heaven (the warning fiasco, wholly owned by the dems) and still can’t (or won’t) do anything.
      It’s pathetic.
      But the few of us here refuse to give up.

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      • annieoakley says:

        The same is true in Colorado. The money just pours in for GOPe candidate and the teachers unions have so much money that a conservative school board member doesn’t stand a chance.

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    • starfcker says:

      Rick Scott will beat Nelson. And Nelson is the only viable candidate the dims have on any level in the entire state. The Democrats in Florida could be mistaken for anybody in the witness protection program. Florida is nowhere near the new California. Those people on CNN, they were kind of on the fence😉😉😉. The New York Times is discovering the same thing. New York Times stunned to discover some people actually like Trump – Hot Air
      https://hotair.com/archives/2018/01/18/new-york-times-stunned-discover-people-actually-like-trump/

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  30. Michelle says:

    Some of my family lived in Youngstown when I was growing up. We were not allowed to play outside when we visited because it wasn’t safe. My cousin used to work for the steel mills and was let go when they closed down. I am praying under President Trump they can turn this city around!

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  31. This was a focus group for the MSM. They learned that they haven’t been succeeding, so they will tailor their message to this group so that they can succeed in the future. Next year, they will do another focus group with the same people.

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  32. The big guy in red shirt is Gino DiFabio so CNN goofed he’s a huge Trump supporter who introduced the President at a rally in Ytown back in July:

    “Trump then introduced Geno DiFabio, an Ohio voter who said he had sided with the Republican Party for the first time. DiFabio appeared on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” earlier Tuesday, where he said he “couldn’t be happier” with his vote.

    Wearing a shirt with “Trump won” in all caps with a bold, red font, DiFabio thanked the president as he spoke with the crowd for several minutes.”

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  33. GA_Deplorable says:

    Real people, real opinions, real news -CNN cannot fathom.

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  34. Watching that made my day!

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  35. wodiej says:

    A nice cross-section of Americans. It will take a bit of time for the jobs to appear and factories to reopen but it’s going to happen by the end of the year I bet.

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  36. Buckeye Ken says:

    Eastern Ohio has always been blue dog Democrat territory…far left politics don’t stand a chance there.

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    • I grew up in a town near Youngstown; it was the industrialized NE part of Ohio. My hometown went down in the 70’s when the tire companies moved to the southern states because they didn’t have unions. Then they all moved to Mexico….never has recovered.

      If you don’t care where you live, you can buy a house there, older 2-story, for $30,000. There is nothing there…nothing to do. It is possible to commute to Cleveland and Akron is nearby, but no work there either.The population has been reduced much like Youngstown. Closed half the schools.

      I was back for a high school reunion a couple of years ago. My friends and I walked around our old neighborhood; one of my friends childhood home had been torn down. They tore down a lot of older homes at some point..empty lots now. For some reason they cut down a lot of trees, too. My childhood home looked good. But sad that after my mom died a house that would sell for maybe $200,000 here, sold for $70,000 there…and we were lucky to get that.

      I don’t know if it can really recover, ever.

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  37. Bendix says:

    These reporters are old enough to understand the concept of a base. Just what do they think constitutes the Democratic Party’s base?
    They don’t think.

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Katrina Pierson on Varney….Grrrrrrr….She thinks Gowdy’s comments should end the Mueller investigation and Special Counselor should be named…

      Ahhh..I’m such a caveman…Katrina Pierson and Marie Osmond…….

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  38. Rosie says:

    Loved the guy who talked about Trump’s tweets in such a positive and truthful way. Take that, media!

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  39. Way to go Ohio. We flipped Ohio by about 12-13 points from 2012 to a big Trump win in 2016. I am from Lorain and we have been decimated by NAFTA and democrat policies for over 30 years. And it is sad to say that many parts of my hometown can be described as a sh*thole.

    MAGA.

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  40. cheryl says:

    You would think that CNN would be celebrating the great awards they won last night but instead, this morning, they are desperately trying to spin the blame of the imminent government shutdown on the GOP and Trump.

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  41. Tejas Rob says:

    Still the best unintentional pro-Trump video…

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  42. Curry Worsham says:

    I think this is part of a larger strategy.

    The NYT op-ed letters in support of PDJT were read out loud on Morning Schmoe and treated respectfully. It was surreal to hear that crew say anything positive about the President.

    Same feeling as watching the CNN piece.

    But then came the giveaway:
    Mika: Tomorrow the Times will be publishing the letters of Trump voters who are not supporting him anymore.

    NYT, Morning Schmoe, and CNN all nice to Trump on the same morning? Coincidence?

    Enjoy the pleasant news today because tomorrow will be the start of a new wave of (now legitimized) attacks.

    It’s a setup.

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    • steph_gray says:

      As another treeper pointed out today, far more likely that tomorrow’s letters will be from Clinton voters posing as Trump voters. The NYSlimes probably had their newsroom write them.

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  43. doit4atlas says:

    The big guy was at one of Trump’s rally’s…if I remember correctly, he was brought up on stage…great moment!

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  44. jstanley01 says:

    Could it be that the American electorate has seen through the media spin, not just for one election, but permanently? I sure hope so. IMHCO the 2018 election, and whether or not they hand a majority to the Dimos in the Senate, House or both, will tell the tale.

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  45. Doug says:

    For me its not just CNN its all of the news channels, newspapers and major online outlets… I dont want to be told what to think anymore or what things I should care about… i prefer to read and verify things.. the days of anyone or anything telling me whats important are over for me as far as im concerned. I hope regardless of politics many more people will join us in that endeavor… oftentimes the media obsesses over something of no consequence and ignores much more important things. Im done with that! Never going back. BTW this viewpoint isnt just in regards to politics but everything. Giving someone the power to decide whats important is more problematic or just as problematic as if they lie… their lies are irrelevant if we dont give them the power to set the agenda to begin with

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  46. Mickey Wasp says:

    Wow … I really can’t pick out which response I like best.
    Each one hit on a real topic and supported President Trump.

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  47. NYGuy54 says:

    Anybody notice how completely quiet Carly Fiorina has been? This is a woman who has been trying to curry favors within the party and she says not one positive thing about the President ever. Including the tax bill.

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  48. TreeClimber says:

    He looks like someone slapped him in the face with a 2×4. xD 😀

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  49. MaineCoon says:

    Very encouraging video to know that ordinary citizens, probably not reading CTH, who used to be D’s aren’t falling for the CNN & MSM lies about President Trump and his achievements. We The People are ready and and standing on our own two feet and not falling for the fake news propaganda. Very encouraging for this Treeper.

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