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‘Trying to be king’: 2020 Trump voter explains why she won’t support him again

A longtime Republican who voted for Donald Trump in 2020 won’t be doing so again in 2024, in part because he is “trying to be king” of the United States.

Eileen, a former Trump voter from Mississippi, recorded a video for Republican Voters against Trump. The group recently announced an ad campaign to highlight the voices of former Trump voters, including Darin, who cited Jan. 6 as the reason he left the former president’s team.

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“I voted for Donald Trump in 2020 and I will not vote for Donald Trump this year,” Eileen said in a video published Saturday. “Trump tends to be a bully, somewhat of a dictator, trying to be king of the United States and that really scares me a whole lot.”

She also said she wants what’s best for “everybody” in the country.

“And I don’t see that happening with Donald Trump.”

Eileen goes on to describe the former president as a “narcissistic toddler.”

You can watch the full video below or click the link here.

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