More than half of voters think that Trump has committed crimes and Mueller did not acquit him – but MORE also says that democrats should not move to accuse the president
- Even though the country is divided when Trump commits a crime, 61 percent of voters think Democrats shouldn't go to accuse the president
- Fifty-seven percent of US voters say he probably committed a crime before becoming president
- But at 45-45 the country splits on whether he has broken the law while serving in the White House
- According to 55 percent of the respondents, the Russian report of Special Council Robert Mueller did not deprive him of his mistakes
- Mueller said he did not charge Trump because DOJ did not charge incumbent presidents charged with federal crimes
- Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said that if she became president, her prosecutor would prosecute Trump
- Sixty-nine percent of voters say that president should be subjected to criminal charges
US voters are divided as to whether President Donald Trump has committed crimes during his office, but 55 percent believe that Robert Mueller's special advice did not make the president of the slip clear.
According to a Quinnipiac University Poll Friday, 45 percent of Americans believe that Trump has committed crimes while in office, and 45 percent do not think he committed a crime while serving in the White House.
However, 57 percent of the 1,214 voters surveyed say that he probably committed crimes before becoming president.
Mueller ended his investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 elections in 2016 and handed over a report of 448 pages to Attorney General Bill Barr – who then issued a summary of four pages of the report.
Fifty-five percent of US voters believe the special council did not acquit Robert Mueller Trump from crimes, according to a new opinion poll from Quinnipiac University.
Although voters are quite divided as to whether Trump committed a crime during his office, 61 percent say Congress should not start again with allegations against the president
Special Council Robert Mueller said last month from the DOJ stage that there is a long-standing departmental policy not to burden a sitting president with a federal crime
Barr & # 39; s summary said the report acquitted the president of all crimes, including collusion and obstruction of law. Trump mentioned the report as a complete safeguard.
Mid-April an edited version of the report was handed over to Congress and made public. Ten percent were darkened.
According to the report, Trump had not had any collusion with the Russian government to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. It wasn't a question of whether Trump barred justice throughout the probe, including trying to get Mueller fired.
Democrats claim that 10 episodes of Mueller outlined of possible obstruction were sufficient to bring charges against the president. More than 50 Democratic lawmakers have called for deposition since the report was released.
Mueller spoke publicly about the Ministry of Justice last month and said he did not accuse Trump of a crime because it contradicts the long-standing DOJ protocol of not charging a incumbent president with a federal crime.
This, the Democrats said, was a sign from the former Special Counsel that it was the work of Congress to attack the president and start the accusation.
Sixty-nine percent of those interviewed say that incumbent presidents should be prosecuted, while 29 percent say they should be charged with alleged crimes after their office.
Landlord Nancy Pelsoi, telling her colleague's not to jump the gun for disapproval, said this week: & I don't want to see him charged, I want to see him in prison. & # 39;
More than half of the US voters surveyed in the June 6-10 poll, claim that Trump was not approved by Mueller – but, moreover, do not think that democrats should move to accuse the president.
In general, 61 percent of the polls say that Congress should not begin the deposition process. Almost every demography is not in favor of deposition – except for Democrats who prefer 62-32 percent and black voters 63-31 percent.
This week reports revealed that landlord Nancy Pelosi gave colleagues in Congress a reason why she did not choose those in her party who want to start the deposition process.
& # 39; I don't want to see him accused, I want to see him in prison, & # 39; said Pelosi.
Democratic Senator and Kamala Harris, the lead candidate in 2020, said this week that if her would become president, her DOJ & # 39; no choice & # 39; but Trump would prosecute.
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