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The Public Is on Trump’s Side: Less Than Half of Americans Believe the President Should Be Ousted!

by Tracy Finke

Less than half of Americans say that President Donald Trump should be removed from office after the House of Representatives passed a decision to impeach him, according to the latest poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos.

The poll shows that the decision of the House of Representatives did little to change the opinion of citizens in a divided country, according to Reuters.

Thus, 26 percent of citizens said they now more support Trump after the recall decision, while 42 percent said Trump should be replaced.

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Donald Trump called the House of Representatives’ decision to impeach him a “political suicide march” for the Democratic Party, in a two-hour speech at a Michigan rally.

“Crazy Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats have branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame,” Trump said at the Michigan gathering, where he took the stage just minutes before becoming the third U.S. president in a 243-year U.S. history to face trial in the Senate and a potential shift from office, Reuters reports.

“That’s a shame,” Trump repeated.

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He wrote 45 posts on Twitter during the morning before a vote on his impeachment was held.

Although the White House insisted that the president would be too busy to focus on what was happening in Congress, Trump spent the entire afternoon commenting on the impeachment process via tweets and retweets, A.P. reports.

“Can you believe that I will be impeached today by the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, and I did nothing wrong! A terrible thing”, Trump wrote in one of the tweets, urging followers to pray.

As members of the House of Representatives delve deeper into the debate about impeachment, the intensity of Trump’s reaction intensified, so he began to type in capital letters.

“Such atrocious lies by the radical left, do nothing democrats. This is an assault on America, and an assault on the Republican party”, Trump tweeted.

He blamed Democrats “for an illegal, partisan attempted coup” and for “declaring war on American democracy.”

The Lower House of Congress, which has Democrats in the majority, has adopted a motion to impeach Trump along the party line.

No U.S. president has been removed from office in the impeachment process.

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