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‘Not Trump — no!’ Regretful voter tells CNN that there’s no way he supports the president again in 2020

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A Wisconsin voter who backed President Donald Trump in 2016 told CNN on Monday that there is no way that he’s making the same mistake next year.

While appearing on a CNN panel of swing-state voters, Wisconsin resident David Soborowicz was asked whether he planned on voting for former Vice President Joe Biden in 2020. While he hesitated to give Biden his full endorsement, he did emphasize that he would not, under any circumstances, back the president again like he did three years ago.

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“Not Trump,” he said. “I will not, no.”

Pennsylvania swing voter Chuck Howenstein, however, had no inhibitions about saying he would back Biden next year.

“He’s the only one that, to me, is going to be able to beat Donald Trump,” he said.

Fellow Pennsylvania voter Ciarra Walker shared Howenstein’s take and said Biden is the “most electable” and “the most respected” of all the candidates running.

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Walker also said that she liked Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), but she worried that America was just not yet ready to have a woman as president.

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CNN’s Cuomo demolishes Rudy Giuliani’s conspiracy theory about Biden and Ukraine

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Last week, CNN's Chris Cuomo played host to President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who went off on a half-intelligible rant about former Vice President Joe Biden and tried to paint him as corrupt for fighting to remove a Ukrainian prosecutor.

"For us it's about whether or not people in power are telling you the truth, and Rudy Giuliani was not telling you the truth on things that matter," said Cuomo. "So we wanted to check the holes in the president's theory several times on this show. It's not just about the Biden family, it about other things that Rudy Giuliani's calling out and we went to the source."

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Trump’s Ukraine stunt was just the beginning — he will do whatever it takes to poison the 2020 election

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On Monday's edition of CNN's "OutFront," New York Times political editor Patrick Healy dropped an ominous warning about President Donald Trump's push for Ukraine to dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden: Trump is going to keep doing this, no matter the circumstance and no matter the Democratic nominee, in his desperation to win re-election.

"The reality is, President Trump has been spreading this what looks like pretty clear misinformation for a while now in terms of these unsubstantiated allegations about Joe Biden," said Healy. "And the reality is, this is how President Trump plans to run his re-election campaign, whether it's Joe Biden or frankly any other Democrat who comes out."

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An ‘obvious quid pro quo’ the American people must punish: CNN’s Toobin goes off on Trump’s Ukraine plot

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On Monday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin broke down the "obvious" quid pro quo demand in President Donald Trump's attempt to pressure Ukraine into hunting for dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden.

"What do you think, Jeffrey?" asked host Wolf Blitzer. "Does it sound like the president tied that military aid to his request to investigate the Bidens?"

"Of course. Of course," said Toobin. "The only reason the Ukrainian president is interested in talking to the president is because he wants this aid. And the president says, as he's acknowledging, go and investigate Biden. This is an obvious quid pro quo, and it's a quid pro quo not for the benefit of the American people, not for the benefit of our national interests — it's a quid pro quo to help Donald Trump get reelected."

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