Local voters discuss support of Donald Trump

Despite losing the support from republican politicians, some Hoosiers say they will still vote for Donald Trump.
Despite losing the support from republican politicians, some Hoosiers say they will still vote for Donald Trump.

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Despite losing the support from several Republican politicians, some Hoosiers said they will still vote for Donald Trump.

On Saturday, Republican South Dakota Sen. John Thune posted on Twitter, “Donald Trump should withdraw and Mike Pence should be our nominee effective immediately.”

Some suggest Pence should lead the Republican ticket, not Trump. This was after the 2005 recording of Trump talking about women in a vulgar way surfaced on Friday.

Trump has apologized for what he said, but the damage seems to be irreversible.

Hoosier Will Schrensky said he plans to vote for Trump even though he thinks Trumps’ statements from 2005 are not OK.

“I believe that the statements he made do not really show up when it comes to his economic plan, which is my biggest reason for voting for him,” said Schrensky.

Election Day is less than a month away. Tuesday is the last day to register to vote.