More than half of USA voters support impeachment

'They Suck': Trump Launches Temper Tantrum Slamming Fox News – Then Gleefully Declares 'Oh Well, I'm President!'

'They Suck': Trump Launches Temper Tantrum Slamming Fox News – Then Gleefully Declares 'Oh Well, I'm President!'

A Fox News poll conducted Sunday through Tuesday found 51 percent of Americans now say Trump should be impeached and removed from office, up from 42 percent who said that in July.

10, reacted to the poll by Fox News, which showed 51% of Americans want him impeached and taken out of office.

Democrats who have accused Trump of abusing his office throughout his first term believe they have finally cornered the president with the impeachment probe.

The poll comes as House Democrats move swiftly with an impeachment inquiry against President Trump that was launched in the wake of a partisan Central Intelligence Agency officer's so-called "whistleblower" complaint claiming the president pressured the leader of Ukraine to look into allegations of corruption against former vice president and 2020 candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Trump lifted off from the White House in Marine One to catch a flight to Lake Charles, Louisiana, telling reporters the impeachment investigation is "a hoax". Democrats have seen an 11 point jump in support for impeaching Trump since July, while Republicans have seen an increase of five points and independents have seen an increase of three points. While 69 percent of those surveyed find Trump's dealings with Ukraine's leader extremely, very or somewhat troubling, 62 percent say the same about his allegations against Biden and his son's business dealings in Ukraine and China.

"From the day I announced I was running for President, I have NEVER had a good Fox News Poll". (Another 4% say they support impeachment but not removal.) Trump said that this pollster "suck [s]". "But Fox News is also much different than it used to be in the good old days", Trump tweeted. "It is so different than it used to be".

The figures come the same day the President claimed in a tweet that "only 25 percent want the President Impeached, which is pretty low considering the volume of Fake News coverage, but pretty high considering the fact that I did NOTHING wrong". Trump blasted Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano and Fox News anchor Shepard Smith. "The clear unmistakable inference is that the $391 million in aid would be held up until the favor was delivered".

A Times statement said an op-ed by "Clinton Cash" author Peter Schweizer, which fueled the Biden team's resentment, "makes an argument that nonpartisan government watchdogs would make, arguing in favor of a law that would prohibit self-dealing by those with government connections". "But my friendship persists".

While Trump has called the complaint against him "a bad thing for our country", and said that it's important to know who the whistleblower is, 59 percent of US adults want to protect that person's identity.

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