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Michigan Voters Don’t Have Buyers Remorse After Trump’s First 100 Days

MSNBC on Tuesday interviewed voters in Monroe County, MI about President Trump’s first 100 days and how they thought he had done thus far.

MSNBC on Tuesday interviewed voters in Monroe County, MI about President Trump’s first 100 days and how they thought he had done thus far.

Unlike MSNBC’s interview on Monday with the “heart of today’s Democratic base” of actors and activists, these Michigan voters were pleased with President Trump’s performance so far.

MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki explained how President Obama had won Monroe County, MI by a single point in 2012 and how Trump had won it by 22 points in 2016.

“You saw these all over the Rust Belt, all over the Midwest. It’s the reason Michigan flipped, the reason Pennsylvania flipped, the reason Wisconsin flipped, counties, areas like this,” Kornacki explained.

MSNBC’s Jacob Rascon told Kornacki that after President Trump’s first 100 days in office that voters don’t have any buyer’s remorse and “so far they say they are getting what they expected.”

“They say they’re happy with Trump’s aggressive style, and they say they believe that he wants to fulfill all of the things that he’s talked about doing,” Rascon went on to say.

Rascon did tell Kornacki that voters blame Congress more than President Trump for failures like ObamaCare repeal.

MSNBC then showed two Monroe County voters who gave Trump passing grades on his handling of domestic issues and foreign policy after Trump’s first 100 days.

Rascon concluded the segment by telling Kornacki, “out of the dozens of people we talked to at different diners, at different restaurants, they’re willing to give him more time to do what they want him to do.”