Americans don’t want Congress to impeach, but Democrats aren’t listening

Americans don’t want Congress to impeach, but Democrats aren’t listening

[Ed. – Dems proceed at their peril.]

The American people are sending a pretty clear message to Washington: They are sick and tired of the investigations into President Trump and don’t want Democrats in Congress to impeach him. But the Democrats aren’t listening.

A Harvard-Harris poll finds that 65 percent of Americans say Congress should not begin impeachment proceedings against Trump. Sixty percent agree with Attorney General William Barr that “the facts and public actions of President Trump did not amount to obstruction of justice, especially since there was no underlying collusion.” And 58 percent believe that “Given the Mueller report … we should turn the page on investigations of President Trump.”

To put that in perspective, Trump’s job approval averages 42.9 percent. So there are millions of Americans who don’t approve of Trump, but also don’t approve of the Democrats’ endless investigations.

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