Conservative radio host Mark Levin said on his show Tuesday that he will vote for Donald Trump following his declaration earlier this year that he was in the "Never Trump" camp. 

"I'm gonna vote for Donald Trump. I'm gonna wind up voting for Donald Trump on Election Day," said Levin in the about-face announcement. 

"I take no responsibility for the dumb things [Trump] says or the dumb things his surrogates say. Just as I took no responsibility for the dumb things any candidate I vote for says."

Levin said in April, while supporting Ted Cruz, that he would never vote for the billionaire and to "count me as never Trump."

On the other hand, the Dallas Morning News criticized Trump yesterday in an editorial in which the paper shockingly endorsed Hillary Clinton. 

It's the first time in 75 years that the Texas paper has not endorsed the Republican presidential candidate. 

Heather Nauert discussed the endorsements this afternoon with radio hosts Chris Plante and Leslie Marshall, who said she doesn't put much stock in either announcement in terms of swaying voters.

Marshall said she believes the Dallas paper is actually echoing the sentiments of Texans, arguing that Texas is a diverse state that may be "turning purple."

Watch the discussion above.


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