Ohio Voters think Comey Hearing was a Success for President Trump

A CNN voter panel had some surprising news for the media, and some upsetting news for the Democrat Party. CNN went to the Cincinnati, Ohio suburbs to watch the Comey hearing with some average voters and then to discuss the days events with the same voters.

What CNN found seemed to shock the reporter who was speaking with these average Ohioans.

The group unanimously thought that the hearings were a HUGE win for President Trump, and they also thought that former FBI Director Comey came off looking like a disgruntled and unhappy former employee. While the panel didn’t think that either man (Trump or Comey) had lied, they did believe that Comey’s version of the story had been distorted because of his upset at being fired.

In fact, once again, the group was unanimous in their belief that President Trump had not lied about any of the events or issues covered in the hearing.

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If this group of Ohio voters is indicative of average Trump voters across the country, that would mean that Comey just did President Trump an enormous favor, and the media may be forced to move on from the innuendo and half-truths they’ve been peddling. It would also indicate that maybe, just maybe, Congress and the President, can now focus on more important matters .

Here’s hoping. Watch the focus group below:

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