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Shania Twain Singing Words of Sorry For Saying She'd Have Voted for Donald Trump

The songstress who sang "That Don't Impress Me Much" now says she's sorry for saying she would have voted for Donald Trump if she were an eligible American voter.

In an interview with The Guardian to promote her first album in 15 years the multi-platinum country-pop star, Shania Twain is walking back a statement that she would have voted for U.S. president Donald Trump were she an eligible voter .

The Canadian songstress said

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