Trump voters say they're not swayed by Putin press conference scandal [Video]

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Trump voters say they"re not swayed by Putin press conference scandalVoters in Wisconsin have this week voiced their backing for Donald TrumpOne said: "He’s an entrepreneur, a businessman, a working class person’s president. He’s trying to make this country great...

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Trump voters say they’re not swayed by Putin press conference scandal

  • Voters in Wisconsin have this week voiced their backing for Donald Trump
  • One said: ‘He’s an entrepreneur, a businessman, a working class person’s president. He’s trying to make this country great again.’
  • When asked about the backlash over the scandal, one resident replied: ‘ I’m …

In Kenosha county, Wisconsin, MSNBC was told by the above Trump supporter: 'He¿s an entrepreneur, he¿s a businessman, a working class person¿s president. He¿s trying to make this country great again'

The broadcaster visited Kenosha county ¿ a district which voted for Trump in 2016, the first time the area had supported a Republican for president since Richard Nixon. It found that ¿people in middle America just don¿t care because they like what he's doing with the economy¿

This man said: 'I¿m not worried one bit about what the rest of the world thinks'

Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, above, said: ¿A lot of people in the mainstream media don¿t understand the reason Donald Trump was elected was that people are tired of elitist snobs looking down their noses at them'

President Donald Trump defied critics of his meeting with Vladimir Putin on Thursday and previewed a second face-to-face with the Russian leader

PALS: First Lady Melania Trump poses with Presidents Putin and Trump after a news conference at the Presidential Palace in Finland

Trump continued to insist in Thursday tweets that his first summit with Putin was a 'great success' as he branded the media the 'real enemy of the people'

President Trump and his administration remain engulfed in the political firestorm that followed a joint news conference with Putin in Helsinki, Finland

Trump attacked the media in a twitter rant on Thursday morning

He charged the media with wanting war with Russia

He thanked his favorite morning show 'Fox & Friends,' of which he is a faithful viewer

It's unclear what Trump meant by a 'second meeting' - whether a one-on-one or a future gathering of world leaders

The president told CBS News Wednesday he took a tough stance with Putin in Helsinki

FBI director Christopher Wray hinted he's considered resigning over disagreements with President Trump

Sarah Huckabee Sanders used her briefing Wednesday to criticize the media

Trump himself has given several interviews since Monday's press conference

President Trump spoke to Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson on Monday after his press conference but the interview didn't air until Tuesday, after Trump clarified his remarks to Putin

The White House itself has gone back and forth on what Trump said and what he meant since Monday's press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin