A Republican voter told ABC News that it will take a “miracle” for President Donald Trump to keep power.
The man, who was identified as a Trump voter, spoke to ABC News at the president’s Monday rally for the North Carolina special elections.
“I’m worried about every one of ’em,” the man said of the slate of Democratic presidential candidates.
The man said that a number of the candidates could defeat Trump.
“Some of their ideas appeal to younger people,” he warned. “It’s gonna take another miracle for President Trump and the rest of these conservatives to keep power.”
“I think Elizabeth Warren could be a threat,” the voter added. “Her ideas appeal to a lot of people.”
Watch the video below.
“It’s gonna take another miracle for President Trump and the rest of these conservatives to keep power.”
A Trump supporter tells @ABC News he believes Elizabeth Warren could pose a challenge to the president because “her ideas appeal to a lot of people.” https://t.co/54a9nxrA3z pic.twitter.com/92m93MAdnt
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) September 10, 2019
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