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NBC News’ town hall with Democratic presidential nominee on Monday, which was panned by several members of the liberal media, ran into another problem.

At least two “undecided” voters had appeared on its sister network, MSNBC, voicing opposition to President Donald Trump.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, the voters, Peter Gonzalez and Ismael Llano, each questioned Democratic candidate Joe Biden at the Miami town hall and were identified as “undecided Florida voters.”

Gonzalez asked Biden about the Trump campaign’s claims that voting for the Democrats is a vote for socialism and the radical left.

“Cuban-American and Venezuelan voters here in South Florida are being targeted with messages by the Trump campaign claiming that a vote for Joe Biden is a vote for the radical left and socialism, and even communism,” Gonzalez said. “What can you tell people in my family, my friends — who are understandably concerned with that issue — that would make them feel comfortable voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris?”

On August 21 Gonzalez appeared on MSNBC as a “Republican for Biden.”

“If we get four more years of Trump, good luck, and good luck with the future attracting younger voters,” Gonzalez said.

Llano also appeared in the segment as “voting for Biden” and praised the former vice president.

However, on Monday, NBC’s Lester Holt introduced Llano at the town hall as someone who “voted for Hillary Clinton four years ago but has voted Republican in the past.”

Holt also introduced another attendee, Mateo Gomez, as a “first-time voter.”

Gomez appeared on MSNBC on September 30 and said that he would “probably” vote for Biden because of “just how unpresidential the whole, entire debate was.”

There are undecided voters in this election. It’s too bad NBC didn’t really try to find any.

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