Serves them right…
Impeachment is the talk of the town in Washington, D.C., but how does the average American feel about President Donald Trump’s Democrat-led impeachment inquiry? CNN spoke to fans outside the football game of Saturday’s LSU-Alabama university, and they got an earful.
In a video broadcast on CNN Saturday, outside of the game in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Americans said they believe Trump is being treated unfairly — and politicians should focus their energy on not “harassing” the president.
“When the man try to help the country, and you instead try to find situations to throw out his character … [there] ain’t no perfect president,” one man shared his views with CNN. “But I think he’s been treated unfairly.”
Another woman exclaimed to CNN, “I think it’s ridiculous. I think it’s unfair, and I wish they would focus on getting stuff done instead of harassing the president.”
WATCH: Americans tell CNN that President Trump has been treated unfairly by Democrats.
“I wish they would focus on getting stuff done instead of harassing the President.” pic.twitter.com/vI2U79mlbG
— Trump War Room (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TrumpWarRoom) November 9, 2019
The feelings surrounding this issue supports what surveys have suggested: that the average American sees the hearings as an annoyance, and perhaps even, as these Americans suggested, as “harassment,” given Democrats and the media’s fixation on the impeachment investigation against Trump.
However, recent New York Times analysis showed that while voters in the six tightest swing states in 2016 do not favor impeaching Trump and removing him from office — 53% to 43% — they generally support the impeachment investigation.
While, the other American population across the country tends to support the impeachment and removal from office of Trump.