Americans Officially Abandon Democrats Over Trump Investigations


A CBS News poll found that more than half of Americans, almost 60 percent, are tired of hearing about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, and just one third want to hear more.

Also, over half of Americans want Congressional Democrats to put an end to their Russia investigations and move on to other issues, while a majority of Democrats want the investigations to continue.

However, the agreement was bipartisan with, three-quarters of voters polled responding that Mueller himself should testify before Congress on the issue.

This poll was released as Democrats, along with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are beginning to debate impeachment.

The poll’s release comes as the House Democratic caucus continues to debate impeachment, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continuing to urge a cautious approach, and was released the same day that Pelosi accused President Donald Trump of a “cover-up” in his campaign and administration.

Pelosi’s comments caused President Donald Trump to cancel a meeting with Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer that would have covered issues in infrastructure.

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The president called a press conference in the Rose Garden and canceled the meeting, thanks to comments made by Pelosi that the president could be looking to cover misdeeds when he denied a congressional subpoena that would have forced a former White House attorney to testify.

“In an orchestrated – almost to an ‘oh, poor baby’ point of view – he came into the room and said that I said that he was engaged in a cover-up and he couldn’t possibly engage in a conversation on infrastructure as long as we are investigating him,” Pelosi told the audience, according to The Hill.

Pelosi accused Trump of a “cover-up” of information pertaining to the Russia investigation being carried out by several House committees according to The New York Post.


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