Donald Trump, Gettysburg Pennsylvania, America discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos - Full Episode: Sunday, June 18, 2017

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We are a very divided nation i'm not a politician and have never wanted to be a politician believe me but what i saw the trouble our country was in i knew i couldn't stand by and watch any longer that was candidate donald trump last fall speaking in gettysburg pennsylvania wednesday shooting on a baseball field in virginia seemingly motivated by political anger expose some of the deep divides in the wake of the election so we travelled back to gettysburg this week to get a sense of how president trump supporters are viewing these tumultous times gettysburg pennsylvania is a charming welcoming town bordered by those vast fields that bear the scars and blood of battle tourist from across america falk here many from solid trump country reflecting on where the country is today we stand standard gettysburg place were were brothers fought families were divided presi the same thing happening in america today that concerns me greatly and i think there's a lot of a lot of fingerpointing and i think we've sort of lost our heart jim hellberg is a pastor from idaho wrapping up a cross country trip with his friend gary keeler retired from a career in law enforcement both men voted for donald trump jim is having second thoughts if the election were held again today would you vote for trump a vote for pence on i don't know i it's it's it's hard gary has an opposite reaction i've actually grown more to support trump just because of the extreme stuff that comes out against him you know it's it was so over the top with some of the coverage sean you know even major networks and the stubborn person that it's made me want to support him more but it was the pastor's views that seemed to echo along the streets here you voted for trump and how you feeling about president trump not good.

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