NBC Town Hall Voter May Have Loved Trump’s ‘Great Smile’ — But She’s Voting For Biden: The President ‘Steps in it Every Time He Opens His Mouth’
Once-undecided voter Paulette Dale, who made headlines on Thursday night for complimenting President Donald Trump’s smile during the NBC town hall, is now voting for Joe Biden.
Dale identified as a 2016 Hillary Clinton voter and noted that she was leaning toward Biden during the town hall, but that did not stop her from gushing over Trump’s smile.
“I have to say, you have a great smile,” she told the president. “You’re so handsome when you smile.”
However, shortly following her interaction with the president, Dale confessed to Miami New Times that she will be voting for Biden.
“I wish he would smile more and talk less,” she said, adding that Trump “steps in it every time he opens his mouth.”
“I think the man has a nice smile,” she noted. “However, I’m not a fan.”
Twitter was quick to relish the news:
Enjoyable update, for your reading pleasure: “I wish he would smile more and talk less,” she quipped. Dale said the president “steps in it every time he opens his mouth.” “I think the man has a nice smile. However, I’m not a fan,” she further clarified. https://t.co/uCtbGC7Qbm
— Sheena Samu (@sheenasamu) October 16, 2020
The woman who told Trump that he was handsome and had a great smile is apparently voting for…Joe Biden.
“I wish he would smile more and talk less,” she said of Trump. “I think the man has a nice smile. However, I’m not a fan.”https://t.co/RYxRG6O7RW
— Matt Viser (@mviser) October 16, 2020
This has to be an amazing troll, right? It’s a deliberate parody of all the “smile more” discourse directed towards female politicians. https://t.co/eT4mOkNOWq
— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) October 16, 2020
— Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) October 16, 2020
She may love Trump’s smile, but Paulette Dale says she’s still not impressed with the president and will be voting for Biden.https://t.co/6agAajfXJi
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) October 16, 2020
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