One Year Later: What do Ohio Dems who voted for Trump say now?

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Trump supporters in Ohio, who are democrats, discuss the president's first year in office.

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Saturday marks one year since the inauguration of President Donald Trump -- how is he doing?

CNN Correspondent Martin Savage in Youngstown, Ohio, spoke to some Ohio Democrats who voted for Trump.

The industrial city was hard-hit by job loss, business closings and population decline. The answer for many here was Donald Trump. In 2016, about 7,000 registered Democrats switched party affiliations, according to the Mahoning County Board of Elections.

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CNN was in Youngstown, speaking to a pastor, a stay at home mom, a student, and a union member machine shop worker -- all Democrats or raised in Democratic families who crossed over to vote Trump.

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One year later, do they regret voting for Trump?

One year later, what’s their take on Trump’s Tweets?

One year later, do they say the president is a liar or a racist?

One year later, how is Trump doing on immigration?

One year later, has Trump met expectations on the economy?

Watch video above for the full interview.

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