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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 4 weeks ago #3394774

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Since this could happen like it did before, will it be different or will there be another new way to remove
them? Nov 4 fourth may change a lot of peoples lives.

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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 4 weeks ago #3394909

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If we get the old president - then YES!
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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 4 weeks ago #3395272

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It happened in 2016 - why not ? It set a new precedent...lol ! B)
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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 4 weeks ago #3395277

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There was no impeachment till he did impeachable acts. This is 2020.

Trump was crooked when got into office and he will be crooked when leaves office, and I bet his lawyers get richer after all the civil suits are settled.
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Gallup: President Donald Trump Approval Hits Personal Best
Nearly half of Americans approve of the job the president is doing, a new poll finds.

The poll was taken between Jan. 16 and 29, amidst an impeachment trial in the Senate, which will likely end with Trump’s acquittal.



www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/20...-best-in-gallup-poll


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President Donald Trump's job approval hit his personal best since taking office, with nearly 50% of Americans feeling positive about his performance.
A Gallup poll released Tuesday found that 49% of Americans approve of Trump, the highest in the company's polling since he took office in 2017. Half of Americans disapprove of the president, leaving just 1% expressing no opinion.

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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 4 weeks ago #3395298

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If both parties make it a point to try to impeach the day they are voted in ,it may cause more people
running for president to be a better president. When there is no kickback there could be less people
trying to get the job. We always need to look at the real idea of having that job.
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Gallup is a mid level polling company with respect to Presidential approval. it has a B rating with 538, his average of polls measuring his job approval among likely voters is 44.1% and 43.5% among all respondents. And let's not forget this is one poll. but drowning men always grasp at straws. At this point in his term he is still the most unpopular President in modern times with the exception of Truman who at this point in his term saw his approval drop like a rock, as Trump will, due to unpopular foreign affairs decisions such as the dropping of the bombs on Japan, the Soviet takeover of Eastern Europe and the start of the Korean War. Truman was also working with a belligerent Republican Congress.
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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 3 weeks ago #3396514

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As of now there will be nothing left a president can do to get impeached.

trump has gotten a carte blanche now by the US governement, and the new rules for him (better said, the ´no rules anymore´) will be for the coming presidents too.

So any president, as of now, can ask any country for help, can dig up dirt on anyone (true or not), can force other countries to do whatever he/she wants and cannot be held responsible for neglecting the countries needs in persuit of his/her own personal advantage.
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LEAVER DEA AS SLAEF !

If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 2 weeks ago #3399807

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Serena77 wrote: Gallup: President Donald Trump Approval Hits Personal Best
Nearly half of Americans approve of the job the president is doing, a new poll finds.

The poll was taken between Jan. 16 and 29, amidst an impeachment trial in the Senate, which will likely end with Trump’s acquittal.

www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/20...-best-in-gallup-poll


(Evan Vucci/AP)
President Donald Trump's job approval hit his personal best since taking office, with nearly 50% of Americans feeling positive about his performance.
A Gallup poll released Tuesday found that 49% of Americans approve of Trump, the highest in the company's polling since he took office in 2017. Half of Americans disapprove of the president, leaving just 1% expressing no opinion.

The problems with polls is that they do not represent the majority of the people. 325 million people did not participate in any of poll. Polls typically run at 100 to 1000 people. Online polls are more successful, but only those who know about them take them, and people can "poll" more than once. If only 1000 people took the poll, then the percentage represents that number, not 325 million.
The Gallup poll clearly states in the View the complete questions and trends that only 1033 people took the poll.
news.gallup.com/poll/284156/trump-job-ap...l-personal-best.aspx
Half of Americans equates to 516 people. That is not representative of 325 million. It is an unreasonable assumption to theorize that if 325 million had taken the poll, that the percentage would be the same since, obviously, most people do not have the time or want to for such things. It would come down to a vote, and since Trump did not, and does not, have the popular vote, the percentage would most likely be very low.

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If the US gets a new president,should they try to impeach them 1st day in office 1 month 2 weeks ago #3399810

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Annette wrote: As of now there will be nothing left a president can do to get impeached.

trump has gotten a carte blanche now by the US governement, and the new rules for him (better said, the ´no rules anymore´) will be for the coming presidents too.

So any president, as of now, can ask any country for help, can dig up dirt on anyone (true or not), can force other countries to do whatever he/she wants and cannot be held responsible for neglecting the countries needs in persuit of his/her own personal advantage.

Unless the president is a Democrat. The Government of Putin (GOP) will not allow a Democrat to get away with such atrocities.
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