President Donald Trump narrowly won the swing state of Pennsylvania in 2016 by 44,292 votes—a victory that was crucial to his surprise ascent to the White House.
Four years later, Trump's fate in Pennsylvania is still uncertain, but the odds aren't in his favor. Most recent Pennsylvania polls show Democratic nominee Joe Biden ahead by five to eight points.
Trump is facing particularly diminished support among white suburban women, whom he questionably referred to as "suburban housewives."
Thanks to a recent segment from CNN, Americans are seeing the faces of some of the white women voters who regret casting their ballots for Trump in 2016.
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One woman said:
"I got it wrong and it hurts my heart. I feel like I've been duped. I really do. I wanted to believe that he was better than he is."
Another felt that she'd let her fellow women down with her 2016 vote:
"I feel like I did a disservice to women by voting for this guy."
Biden has been leading with women in Pennsylvania by double digits.
Some commended the women for publicly announcing their changes of heart.
Others weren't so quick to let them off the hook.
The presidential election is November 3, but voting is already underway in at least 40 states.