Most people in a new survey said the best response to Donald Trump’s actions while president would be to impeach him or otherwise remove him from office.
Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies and research marketing firm Harris Insights and Analytics this week published the results of their monthly national poll, in which respondents were given three choices for how to deal with the president: 43 percent said he should be impeached or otherwise removed from office, while 42 percent said nothing should be done and 12 percent said he should be censured by Congress.
Amid multiple investigations into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia, a series of high-level administration dismissals and recent polarizing remarks on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, talk of removing the president has increased, and some politicians have already begun the process or declared their intentions to do so. Many Trump supporters and critics, however, have warned of dire consequences for the country should such an action occur.
“Try to impeach him. Just try it. You will have a spasm of violence—an insurrection—in this country…
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