Trump’s approach was to listen for keywords in the audience’s questions. He then rattled off incoherent blatherings claiming how great he has been at responding to something somewhat related without providing any evidence to support it. When he did try to support his claims, he wasn’t just misleading – he either lied or was wrong. The only thing I can think of is if they were not sure if they were going to vote at all and not for who. Even then your question still applies.
Hopefully, the charges from NY make up for anything that doesn’t get prosecuted federally. The case on falsifying business records and tax fraud was before the presidency and not subject to any kind of presidential immunity. We will be lucky if he is even voted out with all of the election interference. I am certainly not holding.
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