Former Top Trump Adviser Won’t Commit to Voting for Trump in November

Former Top Trump Economic adviser Gary Cohn has revealed during a CNBC interview he has not made up his mind who he will vote for in November.

While being interviewed on CNBC, registered Democrat Cohn said

“You know, I honestly haven’t made up my mind.”

He explained “I’m really eager to see an economic debate between the two of them. I actually vote on issues.”

Cohn also said “I just don’t vote on the economy. I vote on a lot of the social issues, as well. So, you know, in many respects, I’ve got to balance both sides of that equation before I figure out who I’m going to vote for.”

Cohn a former President and COO of Goldman Sachs joined the Trump admin January of 2017 to lead the White House’s National Economic Council.

He later resigned in March of 2018 over disagreements with Trump’s tariff policies and a public spat over Trump’s response to the Charlottesville white supremacist rally.