The House GOP’s most popular member may not have voted for Trump on Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean he will not cast a ballot in the presidential election on November 8.
Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., has been one of Trump’s biggest critics.
But on Tuesday night, Pompeo told a town hall in Kanab, Kansas, that he thinks Trump is “good for the country.”
“I think it’s good for the nation.
I think he is a good president, a great president,” Pompeo said.
Pompeo also said that Trump’s agenda is “very good.”
He also said he believes that Trump will win the general election.
But in the end, Pompeos main objection may be that he was not a Republican during the last presidential election.
The Kansas Republican, who is up for reelection in 2018, is expected to vote Republican.
He told The Kansas City Star in August that he voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, but later said he was more conservative in his votes.POMPEO: Trump has a good chance of winning.
But we’ve got a lot of people who have changed their minds about him.
He’s got a big, huge chance.
They are not voting for him.
I would say to all the Republicans who voted for Hillary Clinton, and I think it was more than 50 percent of Republicans, and you are voting for a man who was a total liberal, that you are not going to vote on him again.
He will win this election.
I will be voting for Donald Trump in November.
He is a great guy.
He was a conservative Democrat.
He voted for the most liberal Democrat president ever.
He was a good Republican.
But the last four years, the country is going to look back on 2016 and say, he had more than enough, and he lost.