"I just understand that there are different things that need to be taken care of on the local level, on the state level, on the federal level and I don't think that he (President Trump) or his cronies - these loud boisterous, boisterous type of attitudes that they have are working well for our country. And hopefully we'll have a change at the end of the day here we will have some people who will be in place who will make some changes for the better."
It's Election Day in America, and voters will deliver their first verdict of President Donald Trump's tumultuous tenure in a midterm that's expected to draw historic numbers to the polls.
Immigration, the economy, women's issues, partisanship — all weighed heavily on voters' minds as they cast ballots to decide control of Congress and put Trumpism to the test. Though not on the ballot, the president looms large over decision day, among both supporters and detractors.
Across the country, people are talking about this election as one of the most momentous in their lifetimes — a fight for the very soul of America.