NEW YORK (AP) - President Donald Trump's loyal backers say they don't know, don't believe or don't care about the explosive revelations rocking Washington.
Voters who supported him are standing by the president - who's tweeted that he's the target of what he calls "the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!"
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That's the word from the quiet streets of New York's working-class Staten Island to small-town Denison, Iowa, and even smaller Rutledge, Georgia.
Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey has consumed Washington. Not so in many Trump strongholds.
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Here's what Joseph Amodeo from Staten Island says: "If you're wishing for him to fail, you're basically wishing for the pilot of the plane to crash. You just gotta stick by him and hopefully he does things that benefit everyone."
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