Ellesia Blaque says she went into a town hall with President Trump in Philadelphia on Tuesday deciding not between candidates, but on whether she would vote at all this year.
“I’m just so angry about all the things that are happening in America,” Blaque, a Kutztown University assistant professor, said.
Blaque was among a small group of uncommitted voters who got to hear from and question the President in person during a town hall hosted by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. The event took place at the Constitution Center in Philadelphia – a key region for Democrats to turn out voters in a battleground state both campaigns are trying to win – seven weeks ahead of Election Day.
“Please stop and let me finish my question sir,” Blaque said when President Trump interrupted her as she asked about health care.
Blaque, who reluctantly voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, told the President she has an inflammatory disease called sarcoidosis.
“I want to know what it is that you’re going to do to assure that people like me who work hard and do everything we’re supposed to to do, can stay insured,” she said during the town hall in the question directed toward the President.President Trump, whose […]
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