Trump Twists Impeachment Polls

A number of national polls show more Americans want President Donald Trump impeached and removed from office than those who don’t. In swing states, however, a majority opposes removing Trump from office via impeachment, even as a majority supports moving forward with the impeachment inquiry.

Those are the polling statistics that Trump twisted over the weekend when he accused the media of “reading the wrong polls” and said that “people don’t want anything to do with impeachment.”

In remarks to the press on and , Trump tried to keep the focus not on national polling, but more narrowly on only polls in swing states.

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