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With just four days until the electors of the Electoral College cast their ballots, Republican delegates are being swamped with requests to ignore their pledge to vote for President-elect Donald Trump.

Michigan Republican elector Jim Rhoades is one of those delegates.

On "Your World" today, Rhoades revealed that he's gotten tens of thousands of emails and letters calling on him to change his vote.

Rhoades said those requests are falling on deaf ears, because he's obligated to speak for the voters of his state.

"I'm not intimidated by any of this stuff," Rhoades said. "I've always been conservative. I'm a constitutionalist. And I love what Trump says. And he's got me fired up looking for great things and looking to make America great again."

He added that his fellow electors in Michigan also feel steadfast about their obligation to support the will of the voters.

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