“Won’t Be Intimidated”: Swing-State Voters Tell Fake News CNN That Trump’s Conviction Won’t Sway Their Support – EVOL

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(DCNF)—Wisconsin voters told CNN chief national affairs correspondent Jeff Zeleny in a segment aired Wednesday that the conviction of former President Donald Trump will not influence who they cast ballots for in the presidential election.

Trump is beating President Joe Biden by 13% among likely Nevada voters, 9% in Georgia, 6% in Arizona, 3% in Pennsylvania and 1% in Wisconsin, according to New York Times/Siena College polling published in May. Two Wisconsin voters told Zeleny on “CNN News Central” that they still plan to vote for Trump, and one said he does not believe the path to a Biden victory is focusing on the former president’s conviction, asserting policy should be more of a priority.

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“No, no it won’t, unless he’s brought to jail, I guess,” Caroline Quinlan, an independent voter named who plans to vote for Trump, told Zeleny when



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