Popular Radio Host Switches Position, Will Now Vote Trump

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Conservative radio host Mark Levin has switched up his positioning on the presidential election coming up this November. Levin has decided he will indeed vote for Donald Trump. “I’m gonna vote for Donald Trump. I’m gonna wind up voting for Donald Trump on Election Day,” Levin finally admitted Tuesday on his radio program.

Levin does note in a follow up statement that he preferred Sen. Ted Cruz as the Republican nominee, but realizes the importance of this election in keeping Hillary Clinton away from the White House. “Trump, despite the CNN poll, has a lot of work to do to make up ground in these battleground states… But Hillary is so awful, I just don’t know. I’m not in the prediction business,” Levin said, referring to the latest survey showing the Republican with a 2-point advantage and his disdain for Clinton.

At first, Levin was stone-cold adamant in his refusal to vote Trump. The conservative talker stated months ago: “I am not voting for Donald Trump. Period.”

He has always been a vocal critic of Trump, and despite his support now, he still is. Levin claims he will take “no responsibility for the dumb things” Trump or his surrogates say between now and Election Day. His tweeted announcement on supporting Trump is also riddled in sarcasm.

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