Wisconsin Senator Claims Even Voters Hurt By Trade War Sticking With Trump

Via The Washington Examiner:

OSHKOSH, Wisconsin It’s just after 7:30 p.m. on a breezeless, sweltering August evening along Lake Winnebago. Sen. Ron Johnson has just returned home from Madison after spending the day at Epic listening to the healthcare software company express concerns about a Health and Human Services process that could impact their business.

 Johnson points to the swarming dangers of sitting outside at dusk for the interview. “The mosquitoes,” he warns.

So, we settle in on the sunporch instead, which has a colorful toy box full of original Fisher Price Little People sets piled on top of each other, including the classic farm and school house, treasures he and his wife held onto from their own children’s lives in anticipation of grandchildren.

“The grandchildren live just up the road,” he says with a broad smile.