Saturday, June 24, 2017

Russia Fatigue

People are tired of it:
The poll, conducted by Harvard-Harris, found that 64% of voters view such investigations as dragging down the country; 56% think that there are more important matters to be focused on, and another 73% fear that the Trump-Russia investigations are distracting Congress from issues that are actually relevant to the American people.

In fact, 62% felt that there wasn't enough evidence to substantiate claims of collusion.

Additionally, 58% of voters don't think Trump committed obstruction of justice for requesting that fired FBI director James Comey go easy on former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, although 37% of those voters did feel that Trump's request was "inappropriate." Another 60% felt that Comey should have publicly stated that Trump is not being investigated.
Russian overload can cause apathy...

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