After the president used his typical use of colorful language and hilarious nicknames for his Democratic competitors at a Pennsylvania rally this weekend, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo thought he would prove Trump supporters wrong, but boy was he wrong reports Twitchy.

Cuomo decides to make a poll on twitter to ask if a candidate who uses vulgar language would affect a person’s vote. He clearly was hoping to see some opposition to the speech that Trump had just given that weekend, but instead, he found the exact opposite.

Out of over 38k votes, nearly 80% of those polled said ‘Hell no,’ the president’s vulgar language would not affect their vote. Trump supporters on Twitter then immediately came take Cuomo down.

Perhaps Americans are more worried about cutting taxes, securing our borders and growing the economy than they are about what an adult says to a bunch of other adults and as other Trump commentators have pointed out before, that is just how Trump speaks at rallies and is unrealistic to expect him to change anytime soon.

Seems the poll was never really going in the direction Chris likely wanted it to.

In the end, Cuomo did the exact opposite of what he wanted his little poll to prove and instead just proved how wrong he and all his liberal anchors are about Trump supporters.

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BY Isabelle Weeks


I am a staff writer for DC Statesman and like to report on current events happening in the Trump administration as well as the political world.