They were chil­dren when Trump was pres­i­dent. Now young vot­ers hold Biden’s fate

They were children when Trump was president. Now young voters hold Biden’s fate

COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND — Ben Mason, a fresh­man study­ing aero­space engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Mary­land, admits he was too young to remem­ber for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s first term in detail.
“I guess I wouldn’t say I was old enough or aware enough of the world to actu­al­ly remem­ber what hap­pened,” said Mason, who is 19 years old and plans on vot­ing for the first time in Novem­ber. 
“That hap­pened when I was in mid­dle school, so I would def­i­nite­ly have to go back and revis­it every­thing, just to see what I actu­al­ly remem­ber, what I need to re-learn,” he added.
The Kansas City native said some of the gaps in his mem­o­ry may have to do with the fact that his par­ents attempt­ed to shield him from events that hap­pened dur­ing the Trump years.
“To an extent they tried to pro­tect me — but I think if I went to go look for that infor­ma­tion, they weren’t going to tell me I couldn’t or any­thing,” he said.  “I def­i­nite­ly lean more lib­er­al­ly, so I would say Joe …