During President Donald Trump’s rally in Tampa, Florida this week, a man who thought the president wouldn’t be a “good Republican” revealed that now he might just get his 2020 vote.
Speaking with Fox News, the man admitted, “I was worried he wouldn’t be a good Republican and, honestly, he’s changed my mind a lot.”
“I was worried he wouldn’t be a good Republican and, honestly, he’s changed my mind a lot.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 5, 2018
“The best thing he’s done in my opinion is the tax cuts and the Supreme Court pick, and if he keeps doing a good job, I will — so I didn’t vote for anybody in this very last election, but this time around I probably will vote for him,” he continued.
Although dismissed as “crumbs” by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), President Trump’s tax reform package resulted in salary increases and bonuses for many American workers and soaring jobs numbers in recent months.Leah Millis/Reuters
While he’s receiving pushback from Democrats, the president’s second Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been embraced by most Republicans in the Senate, with even hold-out Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announcing his support:
Finally, his strong defenses of the First and Second Amendments in landmark cases show someone who isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo and will fight with backbone. Judge Kavanaugh will have my support and my vote to confirm him to the Supreme Court.
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 30, 2018
These improvements, along with the president’s “Make America Great Again” agenda, led the Never-Trumper to come around.
“I agree with him. I think we need to make America strong again. We need to make America great again,” he said. “And I like most of what I heard, so you know, coming from a guy that didn’t like him to liking him now, I think that’s a step up, right?”