MSNBC went to Trump country in Alabama to interview the president’s supporters.
President Trump’s voters in Alabama are still backing him, but they would like to see the president tweet a little less and have the back of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, according to an MSNBC report.
“I don’t like at all how [Trump’s] bashing [Sessions] on Twitter. I think that should be more of a personal matter,” Josh Thorske, a Trump voter, told MSNBC.
“I just wish he would stay off of Twitter,” another Trump voter said, as others expressed similar sentiments.
One voter backed up Sessions as the president’s “greatest advocate.”
“I wish [Trump would] get off his back,” she added.
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