Democrats can’t deny the turth!
Senator John Fetterman, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, acknowledges the significance of former President Donald Trump in his home state. Despite facing a series of indictments, Fetterman respects Trump’s strength with voters in Pennsylvania.
According to Fox, in an interview with the New York Times, Fetterman was asked about the potential political impact of the indictments on Trump in Pennsylvania. He responded that it doesn’t seem to matter, given Trump’s previous impeachment and the ongoing presence of Trump signs throughout the state.
Fetterman believes that Trump remains a competitive candidate in Pennsylvania, but he also sees certain limitations on how well Trump can perform there.
Fetterman was forced to confess, “It doesn’t matter. I’m a senator, and I’m not sure how many times he’s been indicted. He’s been impeached twice. Has that changed anything? You’re still seeing Trump signs everywhere in Pennsylvania. You have to respect his strength in all of that.”
When questioned about concerns over President Biden’s age as he runs for a second term, Fetterman dismissed any worries, asserting that Biden is sharp and aware.
Fetterman expressed readiness to support Biden’s campaign in any way necessary, drawing on his experience in winning Pennsylvania. It’s worth noting that Fetterman’s time in the Senate has been marked by health struggles, including recovering from a stroke he suffered during the campaign last May and a hospitalization for depression in February, which caused him to miss several Senate roll call votes.
Overall, Fetterman recognizes Trump’s appeal in Pennsylvania while expressing confidence in President Biden’s abilities and his commitment to assisting with the campaign.