Just a few weeks shy of her 93rd birthday, Beada Corum is hard of hearing and needs corrective lenses.
But when Donald Trump speaks, Corum hears and sees with clarity the only politician that she feels is worth voting for -- for the first time in her entire life.
Corum, who introduced Trump at his rally in Knoxville, Tennessee, on Monday night, has registered to vote for the very first time with the express purpose of being able to cast a vote for Trump for president.
"When I heard Donald Trump speak on TV, I thought ‘Lord, who in the world is that man?’ Well, he came back a few days later, and I said ‘Oh my god I believe God sent him to run this country and take care of it,’” Corum told ABC News.
So inspired by what she heard from Trump, Corum called her daughter and asked her to take her to the courthouse to register to vote -- something that took her daughter by surprise.
“She said, ‘What? You ain’t never voted before,’ and I said, ‘I know it, but I am this time.’” Corum recalled. "So I went down there and registered, and I’m going to vote for Donald Trump, because I think he’s the man that’s going to bring America back to the way it was.”
Corum has already talked to Trump once on the phone and met with him another time in person. And when she talked to ABC News prior to introducing Trump on Monday night, she said she was excited, and describes the opportunity as a “great privilege.”
"I’m going to tell everyone to get up and vote, who hasn’t voted, and vote for Donald Trump,” she said. "It’s an honor to be here and talk for the presence of Donald Trump to run this country."
So, what is it about Trump that turned this almost-93-year-old woman into a first-time voter? Corum said she believes Trump means what he says and will do what he says.
"He was a man when he talked, he talked the truth,” she said. “He meant what he said and he’s done said he’s going to do what he said, and that’s what counts."