Friday, May 12, 2017

Most Americans Think Trump Was Wrong To Fire Comey, Poll Finds

By McClatchy DC, May 11, 2017

Most Americans thought President Donald Trump was wrong in firing FBI Director James Comey, and a plurality think he did it because of the Russia investigation.

NBC News|SurveyMonkey conducted an online poll among 3,746 likely voters on Wednesday and Thursday on perceptions of Comey’s firing. Trump fired Comey Tuesday night, originally citing recommendations by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Letters by the two Department of Justice officials pinned Comey’s ouster on the way he handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails.

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1 comment:

  1. I wonder why most Americans think what they think. It couldn't have a thing to do with what the media chooses to publicize, could it?


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