Trump Supporter Surprises NY Times Reporter By Saying Border Wall Is More Important Than Her House (VIDEO)

A New York Times reporter recently visited a couple in Ohio who support Trump. She asked them how they feel about the possibility that Trump could cut a program which is helping them fix their home. Their answer was not what she was expecting.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

NYT Reporter Surprised by Trump Voter Who Says She’d Choose a Border Wall Over Her House

An Ohio resident who voted for President Donald Trump in 2016 surprised then-New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor last year when she said she would rather have a wall on the U.S. southern border than receive support from a federal government program that helped repair her home, according to a recently aired clip of the exchange.

Alcindor, now a reporter for PBS, last year visited a family in Trumbull County, Ohio that benefited from the congressionally-funded HOME Investment Partnerships Program, which helps low-income families repair their homes…

“With the rough times we’ve had, I understand having to look at a budget and make cuts,” he said. “It’s about getting the agenda done and putting America back in order again.”

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Tammy then said that if she had to choose between getting her home repaired or the country constructing a wall along the southern border, she would choose the latter.

“If today I had to make the decision, ‘OK, you can have your house done or you can, you know, are they going to cut it and put it towards a wall,’ I think it’s important that the wall is built,” she said. “For the greater good, you have to make sacrifices.”

Watch the video:

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Good for them! And here’s hoping they are able to finish fixing their house.


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