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Senator Manchin: ‘I Love My Country Too Much to Vote for Donald Trump’

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Senator Joe Manchin stated on “Face the Nation” that he would never vote for former President Donald Trump, emphasizing his love for the country and the need for choices.

He mentioned that he would not be a spoiler and is open to options and change, including the possibility of a third-party movement.

When asked about running himself, he expressed his commitment to doing everything to save the country and supporting the candidate he believes can best help the nation, emphasizing the importance of a sensible middle ground for governance. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

“Let me let me make very clear, I love my country too much to vote for Donald Trump. I love my country too much and I think would be very detrimental to my country. UI want to make sure people have a choice,” Manchin said.

“I think we’ll find out, you’ll just have to find out what’s going on. If there’s a movement if there’s a movement for third party, I think is what you’re asking about.”

“Can that movement, make a difference? I’m not going to be a spoiler never have been and never will be. But people want options, or they want change. So you got to see what comes and by then I think things will hopefully sort itself out.”

“So you are not closing the door on running yourself?” Margaret Brennan asked.

“I’m gonna do everything I can to save my country and I’ll do whatever it takes. I’ll help whoever and I’ll support whoever that I think can best help this country,” Manchin said.

“Come back to this common sense, sensible middle, which is center left center, right, working together with a majority. You can’t govern from extremes.”

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