Ben Shapiro reportedly admits he did not vote for Trump in 2016, but plans to do so this coming November, according to WeLoveTrump.
“The truth is, I think that President Trump in terms of the philosophy is basically [in] a holding pattern,” Shapiro said back in 2019.
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— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) October 19, 2020
“I don’t think that he is pushing back forcefully in terms of the philosophies of Western civilization, he just doesn’t really know enough to speak deeply to these principles.”
“On policy, obviously, he’s doing a lot to push back against leftism, and I think that’s great, I mean I like President Trump on policy a lot, but in terms of the educational mission, he’s I just don’t think qualified to really speak to the foundations of Western civilization.”
“I think that a lot of Republicans will end up coming home, right. A lot of Republicans will say, ‘Hey listen, at least it ain’t gonna be Biden,’” he said on The Ben Shapiro Show in 2020.
Fact: Trump deserves the Nobel far more than did Obama, who won one for the great accomplishment of being a breathing human https://t.co/NlZs7JJ724
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 9, 2020
“But are people, like, pumped to go to the polls? Is the enthusiasm super high? I would say not.”
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From We Love Trump:
Conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro has made a name for himself ever since, at age 17, he became the youngest nationally syndicated columnist in the U.S. These days, Ben is the editor-in-chief for The Daily Wire, hosts The Ben Shapiro Show, and writes columns for Newsweek and Creators Syndicate.
The former Breitbart News editor-at-large was vocal about not voting for Trump in 2016 — so plenty of people are wondering about his voting plans for 2020. Is Ben Shapiro a Trump supporter?
Ben was among a subset of Republicans who publicly criticized Donald Trump’s candidacy the first time around; he actually supported Ted Cruz during the 2016 presidential election. When it came time to cast his ballot, he voted for neither for Trump nor for Hillary Clinton.
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He even resigned from his Breitbart position when the publication’s management refused to support its report, Michelle Fields, during a dispute with Trump’s then campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski.